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GSuite – Easy guide to add DMARC

Gmail supports the email authentication protocol called DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance). This protocol prevents spammers from illegitimately using your email domain and sending email with a “From” address that makes email appear to come from someone in your domain. The impact of spammers illegitimately using your domain to send spam or junk […]

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Gmail for Business and O365 users – DMARC is free !!

Ok I admit it – I am a DMARC advocate, evangelist and all round believer in this standard. Key takeaway – DMARC protocol is FREE and you can implement DMARC whilst you do a review for the best email cloud security/filtering platform – they are independent of each other. Scenario – I’m at dinner with

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Mandatory Data Breach Reporting (Australia)

An entity that is required to comply with the Privacy Act 1988 must take reasonable steps to protect the personal information it holds from misuse, interference and loss, as well as unauthorised access, modification or disclosure.  This extends to situations where an entity engages a third party to store, maintain or process personal information on its behalf.

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Sharing information to mitigate a phishing campaign

Sharing information is an important method to raise awareness of any potential issue. With the addition of practical advice, the reader can identify the relevance of that information and its usefulness to mitigate an issue. Reading this article again and again I keep on focussing on aspects that haven’t been addressed – of course there’s

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In response to “Raising the red flag on recent DMARC hype”

DMARC Compliance is a process that uses a DMARC dashboard as a tool to receive and analyse reports through which informed recommendations can be made. So lets discuss the flaws identified. Mailsploit – this website identifies bugs in certain email applications that are shown to be vulnerable to XSS and code injection attacks. In fact,

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Starting your SPF journey ? Add DMARC for greater success !

SPF (Sender Policy Framework) has been around for a decade but there are still many organizations that don’t have it implemented or are just beginning the journey. With email borne threats compromising the majority of attacks against both large and small organizations, SPF has been and still is an excellent starting point to authenticate the

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DMARC Compliance, Email Deliverability and IP Reputation – here’s the proof.

When working through an issue, it’s always best to have some type of statistical data to base a decision or to build a business case for a potential change. Of course we also need to keep in mind not to the taint the data and mold it into our predetermined or preferred premise. The assertion

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