Computerworld - E-mail service vendors that offer antispam products also address the phishing problem:
Brightmail Inc., San Francisco
Cyveillance Inc., Arlington, Va.
Envisional, Cambridge, U.K.
MailFrontier Inc., Palo Alto, Calif.
ProofPoint Inc., Cupertino, Calif.
Tumbleweed Communications Corp., Redwood City, Calif.
Groups working to fight phishing and other aspects of identity theft:
The Anti-Phishing Working Group
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
Identity Theft Resource Center
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
U.S. Department of Justice
Links to Computerworld stories on privacy
New worm uses PayPal scam
Online brokerage scam targets investors
Opinion column: Storage vulnerability
Web site spoofer pleads guilty
Firms unite to fight online ID theft
How to take the offense on identity theft
ITAA wants industry coalition to fight online scams
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