Endurance International Group has announced that its board of directors has appointed Jeffrey H. Fox as president and chief executive officer, effective August 22.
Fox, who will also join the company’s board of directors, succeeds Endurance founder Hari Ravichandran.
“Jeff’s extensive experience leading strategy and operations for organizations in the technology, information services, and telecom industries make him ideally suited to lead the company as it focuses on balancing operational execution with profitable growth and free cash flow generation,” said James C. Neary, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Endurance International Group.
Executive leadership experience Fox brings to Endurance includes a stint from 2010 to 2012 as CEO of Convergys Corporation, and he has served since then as chairman of the board. He founded and is currently a principle of investment and advisory firm The Circumference Group LLC. Fox also previously served as COO, Group President – Shared Services, and Group President – Alltel Information Services for Alltel Corporation.
“I am excited to begin working with the board and the talented team at Endurance,” said Fox. “I have a deep appreciation for the dedication that has gone into building this company and am honored to have been selected to guide it through its next phase.”
The company announced in April it had adopted a plan to transition to a new “CEO who can take Endurance to the

 

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In small print, it’s nearly impossible to discern that the “e” in the sender’s google.com domain is not the Latin “e” used to write English, but rather the nearly identical-looking Cyrillic “e” used in Russian and other Slavic languages.
As a result, the fake security alert about the recipient’s linked Google account looks legitimate enough to inspire a click – even by someone reasonably well trained in avoiding phishing scams.
The notion that training alone is increasingly not enough to protect organizations is at the core of Inky Phish Fence, an Office 365 add-in or Chrome extension for G Suite that uses machine learning technology to instantly analyze emails for subtle discrepancies and other signs that could signal phishing.
“Training is predicated on the idea that the human user is going to catch stuff,” said David Baggett, founder and CEO of Inky, maker of Inky Phish Fence. “Instead of a human, you have to have a computer to catch it; you have to have a progam do it.
“Inky is the first program that we know of that does that.”
Often the first step of lucrative malware attacks, phishing is quickly becoming a very intricate affair.
“We’re seeing phishing attacks that are really resistant to training,” he said.
He pointed to cases of phishing attacks even less “sophisticated” than the Cyrillic “e” example above.
In the small print of an email graphic, cybercriminals artfully substitute “cl” for

 

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In small print, it’s nearly impossible to discern that the “e” in the sender’s google.com domain is not the Latin “e” used to write English, but rather the nearly identical-looking Cyrillic “e” used in Russian and other Slavic languages.
As a result, the fake security alert about the recipient’s linked Google account looks legitimate enough to inspire a click – even by someone reasonably well trained in avoiding phishing scams.
The notion that training alone is increasingly not enough to protect organizations is at the core of Inky Phish Fence, an Office 365 add-in or Chrome extension for G Suite that uses machine learning technology to instantly analyze emails for subtle discrepancies and other signs that could signal phishing.
“Training is predicated on the idea that the human user is going to catch stuff,” said David Baggett, founder and CEO of Inky, maker of Inky Phish Fence. “Instead of a human, you have to have a computer to catch it; you have to have a progam do it.
“Inky is the first program that we know of that does that.”
Often the first step of lucrative malware attacks, phishing is quickly becoming a very intricate affair.
“We’re seeing phishing attacks that are really resistant to training,” he said.
He pointed to cases of phishing attacks even less “sophisticated” than the Cyrillic “e” example above.
In the small print of an email graphic, cybercriminals artfully substitute “cl” for

 

Search engine optimization (SEO) has always played a significant role in the hosted services industry. Now, even while the economy slows, search engine optimization is continuing to take the lead as a highly effective marketing strategy for generating leads and sales. According to a March 2009 Media Post article, “Every company is losing some business because of the economy, whether they buy less, or not at all,” said David Hallerman, eMarketer senior analyst. “There is a greater focus on customer acquisition. Search is the best tool for that.”

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Search engine optimization (SEO) has always played a significant role in the hosted services industry. Now, even while the economy slows, search engine optimization is continuing to take the lead as a highly effective marketing strategy for generating leads and sales. According to a March 2009 Media Post article, “Every company is losing some business because of the economy, whether they buy less, or not at all,” said David Hallerman, eMarketer senior analyst. “There is a greater focus on customer acquisition. Search is the best tool for that.”

This year HostingCon 2009 is embracing SEO in a very big way and pulling no punches to pack the conference room with eager hosted services professionals ready to absorb the knowledge! We landed an undisputed heavy-weight in the search engine optimization field and whose company is among the top for defining what SEO strategies work to deliver real, long-term results. Rand Fishkin, CEO and co-founder of SEOmoz, will show you search engine optimization (SEO) like you have not seen it at HostingCon before!

Rand will move quickly through basic right into advanced strategies that bring high value, long-term SEO success to your search strategies. Here is what you’ll have in store attending Rand’s keynote:

  • Be exposed to some common misconceptions about what works and doesn’t
  • Deep dive into super juicy tips about powerful search strategies
  • Uncover tools that provide rich insight in keyword and competitive intelligence
  • Get the truth about what it really takes to rank well in a competitive market like web hosting
  • Identify how to obtain links from reputable industry organizations

If you’re serious about growing your hosted services business in 2009 and beyond, you must be front and center for this down and dirty keynote. Unfortunately though, you can’t attend this exclusive, power-packed presentation unless you determine to take the first step and register to attend HostingCon 2009! What are you waiting for? Do it NOW.

For all the latest HostingCon news and information, visit HostingCon – Premier Industry Conference and Trade Show for Web Hosting and Cloud Service Providers

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Russell P. Reeder, Media Temple president, has left the Los Angeles hosting company (now owned by GoDaddy) to join iCitizen, a civic engagement app based in Nashville. He talks to the WHIR about what is next for him.

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The WHIR: Cloud Talks, Episode 5 with Ryan Kekos The episode looks at the evolution of GearHost, how they started and transitioned over the years and their current focus on platform as a service hosting (PaaS) Cheryl Kemp, content director of the WHIR, talks to Ryan Kekos, CEO of GearHost.…

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The personal information of 80 million current and former customers of Anthem Healthcare, the second largest health insurer in the US, were exposed in what the CEO called a “sophisticated external cyber attack” on Wednesday. The number of victims may make this the largest data breach involving a US health…

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Panayotis Vryonis, CEO of Longaccess in Athens, Greece, believes the need for archival data storage will grow and that BigStash.co can provide that service. BigStash.co is the new name of archival storage service deepfreeze.io that was launched in February 2014. The new storage site is in beta testing. The new…

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Elon Musk, billionaire entrepreneur and CEO of space travel startup SpaceX, is developing satellites for global internet. According to his Twitter status on Monday evening, “SpaceX is still in the early stages of developing advanced micro-satellites operating in large formations. Announcement in 2 to 3 months.” Musk may be working…

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