Image Spam: An Increasing Threat

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Image spam is difficult to block because e-mail filters cannot read messages embedded within an image. For businesses, spam is no longer simply a productivity issue; spam exposes employees to potential fraud and it is a company’s responsibility to protect their employees. Download this white paper to learn more.

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