While the DMARC enforcement rate increases, 3 billion messages per day are still spoofing the sender’s identity, Valimail reveals. Email continues to be an effective way to communicate and use has increased during a year of global pandemic, and hackers continue to use email as a primary attack vector, stressing that email security is not going away. The report analyzes trends in the adoption of Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC), a vendor-neutral authentication … More
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