The Spear phishing attack responsible for the RSA network breach network in March demonstrated that e-mail remains the weakest point in enterprise security.
Network Computing's Stellar Review of the Abaca EPG 1000
Yahoo has signed a deal with start-up Abaca to help curtail spam on Yahoo Mail and has begun using Return Path technology to let companies know when and why their legitimate e-mail is being blocked.
Real World Solutions from People in the Trenches featuring Abaca, Inc and BLaST Intermediate Unit 17
The Foothill-De Anza Community College District has chosen the Abaca Email Protection Gateway EPG 3000 and ReceiverNet Premium Service to provide e-mail security for faculty and staff at its two colleges and district offices.
We were recently briefed by Abaca, a vendor of spam control technology, on its proprietary ReceiverNet spam control algorithm. Abaca makes impressive claims for accuracy and performance of ReceiverNet.
Email Security-SPAM Protection
Preventing email spam is the focus of Abaca Technology's Email Protection Gateway.
An e-mail scam aimed squarely at the nation's top executives is raising new alarms about the ease with which people and companies can be deceived by online criminals.
Abaca, a startup that launched at last week's Interop NY show, claims to have developed a new approach to spam filtering that guarantees a minimum of 99 percent accuracy.
Interop New York -- Anti-spam vendors have tried blacklists and whitelists, and we're still getting spam. Now a new vendor is offering a different approach.
Abaca Technology is announcing a gateway product that determines an inbound e-mail message's potential to be spam based on how much unwanted e-mail the receiver has gotten in the past.
Turning the idea of sender reputation on its head, a new e-mail security company called Abaca Technology is announcing a gateway product that determines an inbound e-mail message's potential to be spam based on how much unwanted e-mail the receiver has gotten in the past.