Cloudmark is a trusted leader in messaging security that protects 1 in 8 of the world's mailboxes. With a 14-year track record, we are the preferred partner for spam and malware protection among the world’s premier ISPs and mobile providers.
Cloudmark Security Platform (CSP) provides the most complete, simple and cost-effective solution for protecting messaging platforms from malicious threats. Intelligent threat analysis automatically detects and mitigates all categories of messaging abuse including, spam, phishing, ransomware and malware.
Cloudmark Safe Messaging Cloud (SMC) provides Service Providers with the most comprehensive email and messaging security solution that integrates seamlessly into any existing infrastructure. SMC combines advanced data analytics, automated threat monitoring and a team of messaging abuse experts to provide the highest level of security in real-time and with extreme accuracy.
Cloudmark Sender Intelligence (CSI) uses real-time data from the Cloudmark Global Threat Network to create accurate, comprehensive sender profiles enabling communications service providers to set informed policies against good, bad and suspect senders.
Cloudmark Security Platform for Mobile offer solutions that solve a wide range of challenges in securing mobile messaging. Our carrier-grade messaging security solution automatically detects and mitigates all categories of mobile messaging abuse and threats across a service providers network.
Cloudmark Insight provides a set of API-enabled services that enable threat research and analysis using data collected by the Cloudmark Global Threat Network, the world’s largest commercially available messaging threat intelligence platform.
The most common call to action currently used in SMS spam is a URL with a disposable domain name. This data comes from the Cloudmark Spam Reporting System (SRS) which receives text based mobile spam reports sent by subscribers to the shortcode 7726 (S-P-A-M on a keypad). 62% of SMS spam contains a URL with […]
Katje (not her real name) was CTO of an affiliate spam operation some years ago. She has long since moved on, but agreed to be interviewed about her experiences. This interview has been edited for clarity. Andrew: How did you get into the spam business? Katje: Right after I had the most boring job I’d […]