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Complete Guide on How to Set Up DMARC in Google Workspace
New Email Send Requirements in 2024 Google and Yahoo! are changing the rules that apply to senders with over 5,000 daily emails going to Google and Yahoo! accounts. Beginning in February 2024, senders will need to implement an active DMARC policy. This news comes on the heels of a major change to PCI DSS standards which now require companies handling credit card data to use DMARC email authenti...
Stop neglecting DNS security – or pay the price
Why the internet’s phonebook is a hotline for criminals The internet’s Domain Name System (DNS) maps website names to the IP addresses of the servers that host them, hence the nickname “the internet’s phonebook”. DNS lets devices access websites or emails, but its ubiquity offers opportunities for attackers. How bad does it get? According to a 2022 survey, a worrying 88% of organisations suffere...
Brand Impersonations Surge but DMARC Protections Lag
Mimecast’s State of Email Security 2022 (SOES) report shows that organizations around the world are facing more frequent and sophisticated web- and email-based spoofing attacks. The research shows security teams making some progress in addressing these exploits, which mimic real domain names to launch phishing attacks and malicious websites. But their brand protection and cyber resilience strate...
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