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Getting Started with DMARC

Getting Started with DMARC

The cost of Business Email Compromise (BEC), and Impostor email has risen to $5.3B and is impacting employees, business partners and customers of organisations around the world.

In order to protect all the groups that are targeted by BEC requires deep visibility into email, and the expertise to build and deploy email authentication policy. Proofpoint Email Fraud Defense (EFD) is designed to block criminals that spoof your trusted domains to trick victims, both inside and outside of your organisation, into sending money and other sensitive information to the attacker. The DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting & Conformance) standard is the most powerful weapon to date in the fight against phishing and spoofing.

In this guide, you will learn:

What DMARC is and how it works The benefits of DMARC Key stats and success stories Step-by-step implementation instructions

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