DMARC 2.0? New BIMI standard will help fight spoofing and phishing
Major email service providers are teaming up with large corporations like to develop a new email security standard.
Tax prep tools lag in DMARC implementation, advocacy group says
Half of the products tested are not using basic email spoofing protection, GCA says.
Researchers uncover 4G LTE exploits that can be used to spy, spoof and cause panic
Exploits include the ability to spoof or track a victim device’s location, intercept phone calls and messages and even inject fake emergency alerts.
Feds still dragging in DMARC configuration
More than a third of federal agencies have still failed to implement DMARC, according to an analysis of public records.
Is Mailsploit really a threat to DMARC?
A new security testing tool that enables email messages to be faked or spoofed, even if the recipients are protected by best practices, has garnered some strong criticism from email security advocates.
Russia-linked hackers impersonate NATO in attempt to hack Romanian government
An elite hacking group linked to the Russian government masqueraded as a NATO representative to send a barrage of phishing emails to diplomatic organizations in Europe, including Romania’s Foreign Ministry of Affairs, documents show.