IT News - Email

Email is the online equivalent of direct mail, with the same potential to grow your business exponentially.

But email can also be a very risky proposition if you're not taking advantage of the correct email security protocols.

So, in this blog, let's understand the three main areas of email security namely- SPF, DKIM, & DMARC.

What is DMARC?

DMARC is an anti-email phishing technology that helps organizations to safeguard themselves from malicious e-mails. With DMARC, users can set filters where incoming emails can be sent to the spam folder. By doing so, enterprises can restrict 'no-authority' emails that invade their inboxes.

It only takes one successful attack to spell disaster for a company. Learn how to protect your company with this email security best practice guide.

"The number of emails sent each day is expected to top 330 billion this year," writes Candid Wuest in DARKReading.

"Cybercriminals know this, with phishing and other email-targeting tactics the top attack vectors - because they work so well. And as we discussed in the first article of this two-part series, "For MSPs, Next-Gen Email Security Is a Must," advances in automation have made it easy to run these attacks at scale, with no organization too small to target anymore..."

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