You might expect that the IT department or security team knows who’s sending email using your company’s domains. But for a variety of reasons these groups are often unaware of many legitimate senders — not to mention all the bad actors. Fortunately you can get a more complete view by using DMARC‘s reporting features.
New Data Reveals the Significant Value in the Protection Provided by DMARC San Jose, California – February 18, 2014 – DMARC.org, an industry collaborative working to increase consumer trust in email, published new data demonstrating how DMARC adoption reduces the risks associated with fraudulent email. Senders, such as Facebook, PayPal, and Twitter, as well as […]
San Jose, California – February 6, 2013 – DMARC.org, an industry collaborative working to increase email trust, announced today that the DMARC standard now protects almost two-thirds of the world’s 3.3 billion consumer mailboxes worldwide. First announced January 2012, DMARC marshals the forces of leading brands and email suppliers to combat rampant email deception and […]
San Jose, California – October 3, 2012 – DMARC.org, a technical working group that has been developing standards for reducing the threat of deceptive emails, such as spam and phishing, today announced that many of its members have deployed the enhanced protection capabilities of DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance). DMARC contains features that […]
San Jose, California – January 30, 2012 – Fifteen leading email service and technology providers are today announcing DMARC.org, a technical working group that has been developing standards for reducing the threat of deceptive emails, such as spam and phishing. DMARC.org draws upon a history of private industry collaboration with 18 months of dedicated work, […]