DMARC Adoption Trends
A year ago we surveyed DMARC adoption among the 100 global retailers based on revenue. With the 2022 holiday shopping season ramping up, we’re taking a look to see how retailers are progressing with DMARC adoption. Here’s the comparison, measured in percentage increase or decrease, from last year’s DMARC adoption numbers: 30% increase of DMARC policies set to p=reject 80% increase of DMARC policies set to p=quarantine 10% decrease of DMARC policies set to p=none 16% decrease of companies lacking a DMARC policy The trend illustrates a progression of DMARC compliance in the growth of p=quarantine and p=reject policies from 2021. That’s nothing but good news for retailers and their customers. For the retail, hospitality, and travel community, the holiday season is the most intense time of year for consumers and cybersecurity professionals facing persistent threats. From the beginning of October through the end of December, cyber threats to organizations
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In this installment of our DMARC adoption research, we’re taking a look at how DMARC is faring in Australia. The post DMARC Adoption among Australia’s Top 100 Companies appeared first on dmarcian.
In the first quarter of 2021, we took a look at DMARC adoption among Fortune 100 companies. We thought we’d check in on the Fortune 100 to see how they have progressed in the last year. The post Fortune 100 DMARC Adoption – Revisited appeared first on dmarcian.
To kick off the new year in our DMARC adoption research, we’re taking a look at the world’s top 100 breweries. The post DMARC Adoption among Top 100 Breweries appeared first on dmarcian.