7 common mistakes people make with DMARC

| | dkim, dmarc, spf
Interest in DMARC is growing exponentially, but most of the organizations that deploy DMARC don’t actually achieve its full anti-spoofing benefits. Here’s how to overcome the most common DMARC deployment challenges. In our conversations with thousands of prospects and customers, we’ve found that while the interest in DMARC is high, ... Read More

Marketers: Have you talked to your IT team about your email deliverability and open rates? (Hint: You should.)

We all know that the greater your brand presence, the greater your pipeline growth, your digital presence, and ultimately your brand trust with consumers. So what if you could display your company’s logo directly in your customers’ and prospects’ inboxes? Millions of impressions – before the email has even been ... Read More

How dormakaba maintains email security through acquisition after acquisition

| | Case Studies, MA, security
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) can stimulate growth, provide opportunities to obtain a competitive advantage, increase market share, and even consolidate supply chains to reduce overhead costs. For example, when DORMA and Kaba merged in 2015 to form dormakaba, it allowed the two entities to combine DORMA’s architectural hardware, access controls, ... Read More

Less than 10% of enterprise email domains are protected from spoofing — is yours?

| | dmarc, DMARC enforcement
Flaws in email security are among the leading causes of cybersecurity incidents for many organizations. Whether it’s ransomware, business email compromise (BEC) attacks, or a spear-phishing email that leads to cyber criminals gaining access to sensitive data, email is the common denominator. While there are many types of email attacks, ... Read More
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How Yelp took the fast track to spoof-proof email

Even though DMARC at enforcement is incredibly effective at preventing the vast majority of all cyberattacks, adoption rates remain relatively low. And many companies that do implement DMARC continually struggle to reach true enforcement. We hear the same question over and over again from our peers and prospects: If DMARC ... Read More
The decade challenge — Email

The decade challenge — Email

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iPads, Amazon Alexa, Slack, Instagram, and Starbucks pumpkin spice lattes. What do all of these things have in common? They didn’t exist at the beginning of this decade. As the year comes to a close, you may have seen your friends and family participating in the “the decade challenge,” where ... Read More
CISOs want measurable results, survey shows

CISOs want measurable results, survey shows

| | CISOs, Cybersecurity, research
Enterprises tend to spend a lot on cybersecurity. So you’d think they’d be insisting on — and getting — measurable results. It’s not necessarily so. According to a survey of almost 300 IT security executives conducted by SC Media and research firm C.A. Walker, cybersecurity vendors often fail to articulate ... Read More

Myths and truths of DMARC

| | dmarc, DMARC enforcement
DMARC can be a confusing topic: Points of view vary greatly and there is no shortage of misinformation out there. But there are some recurring themes worth unpacking, because the same myths keep coming up again and again. We’d like to take this opportunity to sort through the truth vs ... Read More
Valimail integrates with Office 365 DMARC

Complete Office 365’s DMARC support with Valimail

Valimail is proud to be a part of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association, an ecosystem of vendors that have integrated their solutions with Microsoft to better defend against a world of increasing threats. This mission aligns well with our vision of bringing trust to the world’s communications. We’ve recently deepened ... Read More
BIMI is ready for liftoff

BIMI is ready for liftoff

| | BIMI, DMARC enforcement
A new email standard is about to transform the way we experience our inboxes and interact with our favorite brands. That standard, called Brand Indicators for Message Identification, or BIMI, will allow brands to specify images that appear alongside the authenticated email messages they send. The standard is being developed ... Read More