While spam volumes are lower than they have been in many years, the threat that companies face from spam is actually much greater than it was when spam volumes were higher. This is because a) the primary spam threat is no longer about selling products but stealing information, b) spammers are getting smarter and more effective by improving the ability of their phishing and spearphishing attacks to penetrate corporate security systems, and c) the payloads and links that spam delivers are more damaging.
This white paper is focused on helping decision makers to understand that the problem with spam is more serious today than it was when spam volumes were higher. It also offers a brief overview on the sponsor of this white paper, Abaca, and its anti-spam capabilities.
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