We all know that phishing and email spam are the biggest opportunity for hackers to enter our networks. If a single user clicks on some malicious email attachment, it can compromise an entire enterprise with ransomware, cryptojacking, data leakages or privilege escalation exploits. Over the years a number of security protocols have been invented to try to reduce these opportunities. This is especially needed today, as more of us are working from home and need all the email protection we can muster. In my latest post for Network Solutions blog, I discuss the trio of email protective technologies that can be deployed to make your email more secure.