August 5, 2019 / GuidesFor Team
San Francisco, California-based email security services provider ValiMail released a report in October 2018 stating that around half of U.S. federal government agencies had implemented the Domain-Based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance protocol to protect users from fake emails. ValiMail noted in an earlier report that more than 6 billion fake emails are transmitted each day, underscoring the severity of the problem.
DMARC is one of many kinds of security protocols that organizations implement to secure their email services. Other protocols include the Sender Policy Framework, S/MIME and digital certificates. What are the differences between these security protocols? Gizbot.com recently published an article explaining precisely that. Learn more in the following article and see what you can use for your own organization. – Jem Santos
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