When a financial institution or any organization has their email domains exploited by phishing, not only are there financial losses from misdirected funds and clean-up costs, but also media attention and tarnished brand reputation.
A new and welcomed trend has emerged from the land of DMARC reporters, third parties who generate and send aggregate and forensic reports.
John Bowers13 May 2021
Many customers may find that on their journey to DMARC compliance, certain DMARC reporters (email servers that receive email from your domain) are consistently reporting the same levels of SPF/DKIM/DMARC compliance even after you correct any issues on the sending side.
John Bowers7 May 2021
As phishing continues to be the top attack method for cyber criminals to infiltrate the networks of healthcare organizations to steal medical data, personal identifiable information and deploy ransomware, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) has published a DMARC fact sheet relative to healthcare organizations.
John Bowers29 April 2021
We live in a data-driven world. Data can either help you or hurt you, but the best way to ensure it is helpful is to be intentional about what you do with it.
John Bowers27 April 2021
SMTP TLS Reporting is about receiving reports from the internet regarding possible connection security issues that servers experience when connecting to your inbound email systems. Our TLS Reporting interface allows you to filter your mail flow to a specific problem area to access the data you need to make policy implementation decisions.
MTA-STS is an inbound mail protocol designed to add a layer of encryption/security between sending and receiving mail servers. The purpose of MTA-STS is to encrypt and secure communications between SMTP servers via TLS (Transport Layer Security) preventing man-in-the-middle attackers from viewing and manipulating in-transit emails.