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O365 – Easy guide to add DMARC

Microsoft’s O365 platform supports the email authentication protocol called DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance). This protocol prevents spammers from illegitimately using your email domain and sending email with a “From” address that makes email appear to come from someone in your domain. The impact of spammers illegitimately using your domain to send spam …

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GSuite – Easy guide to add DMARC

Gmail supports the email authentication protocol called DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance). This protocol prevents spammers from illegitimately using your email domain and sending email with a “From” address that makes email appear to come from someone in your domain. The impact of spammers illegitimately using your domain to send spam or junk …

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Email – No longer set and forget.

Email borne threats have increased exponentially over the last decade. Our dependence on the humble email has fundamentally changed the way we do business.  The Radicati Group in their latest Email Statistics Report indicates that there are approximately 3.8 billion email users in 2018 that send close to 282 billion emails per day. From the outset of its …

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Executives / CxO level targeted in CEO Email Abuse scams

Only this past week has news come out that a CEO of a large aircraft parts manufacturer for Airbus has been sacked by the board for losing €50million in a spear phishing / CEO email abuse email. News article is available here. Furthermore, the FBI reported that across a 2 year period, some 18,000 people lost …

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So what is DMARC ?

This short video presents an overview of DMARC — the technology of Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance. DMARC brings new features to the world of email, and is aimed squarely at solving a problem that has plagued email from the very beginning: There isn’t a reliable way to tell if email is real or …

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The fundamental flaw in Email

The ubiquity of e-commerce and the rise of the social internet has provided criminals a tremendous financial incentive to compromise user accounts to enable the theft of passwords, bank accounts, credit cards, and more. Illegitimate use of email domains is called spoofing and due to this fundamental flaw within the architecture of email, criminals have …

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