Dr. Suess created that grey fuzzy-haired creature many years ago, the Grinch, who stole Christmas. While not quite as cute and fuzzy as the Grinch, today’s cybercriminals are posing as a similar sounding nefarious activity, the Glitch.
Alexander Pope famously wrote, “to err is human, to forgive divine.” It’s usually a nice, refined thing to say to someone when you screw up—the implication is that people make mistakes, and to look past those mistakes is an uncommonly gracious thing to do.
RMail’s Lookalike Domain Detector Alerts a Sender after They Click Forward, Reply or Reply All–before the Email Is Sent Before we begin today’s tech tip, we first wholeheartedly thank all Veterans for their courage and commitment past and present. It is this, that gives us others the opportunity to worry about free society business risks, […]
From ALTA ONE, The Top 3 Peer Insights (We Took Notes for You) The American Land Title Association conference in San Diego (ALTA ONE) was quite an event – on beautiful Coronado Beach, white sand, and (unfortunately) more fog and rain than most expected for California-in-drought. We at RPost had a team of cybersecurity experts […]
Cutting costs while effectively adding superior services is the perfect inflation hedge. “It’s the economy, stupid!” This phrase gained fame from the political strategist, James Carville, who was trying to describe what voters cared about in 1992. We’re not even going to dip our toe into today’s political maelstrom; however, I could not help but […]
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