Use Email Security Tools to Protect Remote Employees and Data
Organizations must understand that to secure their money and data, it is inevitable that they need to set up email authentication protocols. However, email authentication can be tricky and complicated.
Implement DMARC the Right Way to Keep Phishing Attacks Out of Your Inbox
DMARC (Domain-Based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) is an email authentication standard or protocol that determines whether an email is authentic or not. It relies on SPF and DKIM, two other protocols, to decide the authentication status of an email. DMARC provides visibility of the sources sending emails from an organization’s domain, ensures better email deliverability, and, most importantly, provides security against domain spoofing, phishing, and impersonation attacks.
Top 3 Benefits of DMARC
What is DMARC? DMARC is a cool email technology. It is essentially an email authentication protocol that allows email domain owners to protect their domains from unauthorized use.
Office 365 + DMARC: Best Practices for Protecting Your Company & Customers From Phishing Attacks
Gartner includes DMARC, known by its full name as Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance, in its list of top 10 security projects for 2021. DMARC integration into an organization’s Office 365-based email system is best to avoid being impersonated in email attacks.
BIMI in 2021: Should You Implement this Email Specification?
The latest email authentication protocol is Brand Indicators for Message Identification. Many email marketers found the idea of implementing BIMI attractive in 2021.
Want to stop phishers? Use email authentication.
Businesses whose identities have been faked may be harmed by phishing emails. You don't want it to happen to your company, do you? Businesses Can Help Stop Phishing and Protect Their Brands Using Email Authentication, a new Staff Perspective from our Office of Technology.
What Is SPF and How Does It Work?
We'll look at what SPF for email is, how to set it up, the benefits of utilizing it, and how to secure your email-sending domains even further.