Spam, fraud, and network misuse, and other cybersecurity threats are growing daily in volume and sophistication. We are the experts in messaging security, protecting the largest communications providers and their subscribers worldwide.
Following the arrest last fall of Dmitry Fedotov, cybercriminals have reverted to a more old fashioned way of distributing malware: email spam. Cloudmark has recently seen spam in the US and UK falsely notifying recipients of a friend’s death or cancer diagnosis in order to shock users into installing trojans. Meanwhile on the mobile front, Indian regulator TRAI appears to have met with marked success in its attempts to curb SMS spam. Find more on these topics, Ukraine’s outbound spam issues, and the UK’s sports-driven gambling spam in our 14Q1 Global Messaging Threat Report.
This webinar will analyze the mobile security threat landscape and how emerging technology will impact mobile network security. We will outline strategies for attack mitigation and discuss how top tier mobile operators are successfully protecting their network and subscribers. Additionally, Andrew Bowen from Everything Everywhere will discuss how EE is teaming with other UK operators to combat messaging threats and share his perspective on the growing problem of botnet attacks.
Cloudmark CTO Neil Cook to participate on a panel discussing network security strategies in an LTE environment.
The world’s top communications service providers turn to Cloudmark to protect their messaging networks.
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Cloudmark CTO Neil Cook discusses the trends in messaging abuse over the last 12 months including the recent spike in fraud and phishing attacks and how the OTT market is now coming under attack.
Learn how messaging abuse impacts mobile network operators and how Cloudmark can help.
"The Department of Internal Affairs has stepped up its fight against mobile phone text spam."
"Cloudmark warns that cybercriminals are sending out phishing SMS messages in an attempt to trick the customers of US-based mobile operators into handing over their account login credentials."
"Trust in the Internet is crumbling, creating huge new business opportunities for tech security vendors — and complex challenges for governments."
April 12th is the 20th anniversary of the first large scale commercial spam – the infamous “Green Card Lawyers” message that was posted to every newsgroup on Usenet News (right). Though there were attempts at spamming starting as early as 1978, they went out to hundreds of users rather than the hundreds of thousands that […]
Cloudmark has observed that in some cases different categories of SMS spammers target different types of US Regional Mobile Operators, also known as tier 2 or tier 3 operators. Mobile operators are divided into different tiers depending on whether they fully own the network that they use to deliver voice and data services (tier 1), […]