“Technologies recommended in support of core Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) and the Domain Name System (DNS) include mechanisms for authenticating a sending domain: Sender Policy Framework (SPF), DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) and Domain based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC).” The post National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Provides DMARC Guidance appeared first on dmarcian.
Our DMARC deployment experts often hear from customers about email from mailing lists not being delivered. Have you run up against this challenge in your DMARC project? The post Mailing Lists and DMARC appeared first on dmarcian.
To provide a second step beyond your password in proving and securing your online identity, Multifactor Authentication steps in as a double-check in the authentication process. The post Enhance Your Security Stance with Multifactor Authentication appeared first on dmarcian.
In 2021, IC3 continued to receive a record number of complaints from the American public: 847,376 reported complaints, which was a 7% increase from 2020, with potential losses exceeding $6.9 billion. The post 2021 FBI Internet Crime Report appeared first on dmarcian.
No matter where you are in your DMARC deployment project, it’s useful to know that reaching a policy of p=reject initiates the stage of DMARC maintenance and management. The post Life After Reject appeared first on dmarcian.
DMARC’s utility as an anti-spoofing technology stems from a significant innovation—instead of attempting to filter out malicious email, why not provide people with a way to easily identify legitimate email? The post DMARC: Central Component of Zero Trust appeared first on dmarcian.