28 Jan 2020

Whaling can be a GRUsome Affair

It’s an election year, so it should come as no surprise that Russian military hackers are ramping up their efforts to wreak havoc on US elections. The NY Times reported on Jan 15 that hackers from a shadowy intelligence unit called GRU have been trying to gain access to Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company at the heart of the current impeachment trial. While it is not yet clear what the hackers found, it is likely they were trying to dig up potentially... Read more...

10 Jan 2020

RPost Year-in-Review and What to Expect in 2020

The RPost team thanks you, our community of users, customers, partners, shareholders, and advocates, for our best year ever at RPost! Thanks to your loyalty to RPost products, support, and guidance, we have continued to achieve consistent growth year over year with profit from our operations. Your support enables the RPost team to continue innovating for our customers. We are enhancing product experiences, expanding our product breadth, and helping... Read more...

06 Jan 2020

Our Most Popular Insights from 2019 

Happy New Year from RPost! And now a brief look back at the year that was… 2019 brought us impeachment, college admissions scandals, more Brexit, record stock prices, and Baby Yoda. It was also another busy year in the cyber world; in particular, in the areas where we focus — messaging security, privacy compliance, e-delivery and e-sign productivity. Our Tech Essentials educational email series has been distributed to more than 15 million... Read more...

19 Dec 2019

The Chinese Don’t Need Impeachment Inquiries. They Have a Citizen Score.

China is becoming the first society to connect all the data from a vast array of digital surveillance technologies, with an aim to seemingly control the population. China’s communist party is developing a “citizen score” to incentivize “good” behavior, harnessing advances in artificial intelligence, data mining, storage, facial recognition and indoor and outdoor video from connected devices and surveillance. So what? Uber has already done... Read more...

22 Nov 2019

The Art of the Possible – Legislating in an Apple and Amazon World

Apple, Google and Amazon have adapted extremely complex technology to the consumer world; and have forever changed the perception of what is possible with technology. This is now bleeding over into legislation that is designed to govern the way all businesses interact with their clients. The legislators too enjoy same-or-next day delivery of any product they so desire, they have an app for everything, and they speak their wishes in their home, and... Read more...