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What the DHS Mandate Means for Email Security

In recent years, email fraud has cost companies around the world billions of dollars. As a result, U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced a new mandate requiring civilian federal agencies to upgrade encryption protocols and strengthen email security with DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting & Conformance).

While the directive is aimed only at government agencies, it’s a clear indication of how rife email fraud has become across organizations of all sizes and in all industry verticals.   

Tune into this short on-demand webinar as we discuss:

  • The latest trends and techniques that cybercriminals use to perpetrate email fraud
  • How DMARC prevents email fraud 
  • Why many organizations haven’t implemented DMARC yet
  • How Proofpoint Email Fraud Defense can help you implement DMARC authentication quickly and safely

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