Why DHS is embracing DMARC
Jeanette Manfra, Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity and Communications at DHS, talks with Greg Otto about the order that moves federal government email security to adopt the DMARC protocol.
Russians, other foreigners, spoofing unprotected .gov email addresses, report says
Thousands of web domains belonging to hundreds of federal departments and agencies are being spoofed by email hackers — cyberspies and online fraudsters trying to trick message recipients into clicking on malicious links or downloading malware — including many from Russia and other adversary nations, according to new figures this week.
Feds upping their email security game in wake of DHS order
The number of federal agencies employing a security protocol that stops email spoofing has more than doubled since the Department of Homeland Security instituted a binding government-wide policy last month.
Why DHS is telling all feds to implement DMARC email security
DHS' Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity, Jeanette Manfra, gives the reasoning for DHS's latest order.
DHS orders feds to adopt DMARC email security
The Department of Homeland Security is using new powers to order federal agencies to adopt a form of email security that guards against spam and phishing.
Chinese providers fueling growth of DMARC email security standard
More than three-quarters of the world's 6.3 billion email inboxes are now secured against spammers and scammers using DMARC — compared to fewer than two-thirds two years ago — a growth fueled by by Chinese providers.