Have you ever received an email and wondered if it could be dangerous, or maybe worth warning your colleagues about? It is definitely a good idea to report the suspicious email to IT, but the usefulness of your reporting increases if you are able to include the email headers.
Email was never designed to be safe, but protocol additions like SPF have improved our ability to detect spoofed senders. We have discovered a trend in forging the Return-Path header, which SPF does not deal with on its own.
Financial services company Storebrand has chosen Secure Practice to help employees with safe handling of suspicious emails. Bjørn Richard Watne (CISO) says the solution greatly helps both preventive and operative security.
Gamification engages, but it is the employees' contributions to information security we value the most in Secure Practice, says security manager and data protection officer Ole Martin Refvik from Admincontrol.
Chief information security officer (CISO) Vigleik Hustadnes at energy and communications company Tussa, says that employee awareness is an important focus area for their security work, and that Secure Practice is a good fit here.