DMARC

AcronymDefinition
DMARCDemarcation point (telephony; interface point between phone/telecommunications systems; usually between customer and provider)
DMARCDomain-Based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance
DMARCDes Moines Area Religious Council (Des Moines, IA)
DMARCDigital Media and Arts Research Centre (University of Limerick; Ireland)
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DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) is a framework mandated by global regulators and currently being adopted rapidly worldwide by public and private institutions.
DMARC verification relies on the established DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail) and SPF (Sender Policy Framework) standards to ensure the email is not spoofing the domain.
The core of Ingressum's Customer Protection Suite is a DMARC Compliance service that seeks to enable effective email communication between the bank and consumers and essentially reject any fake emails from reaching consumers all together.
Chinese brands are the worst offenders, as more than 95 percent of the top 100 most valuable Chinese brands have no DMARC policy in place.
"Because the roll-out of DMARC has been so successful, attackers have abandoned this method in droves, with only six per cent of all targeted attacks using spoofing these days," says Jakobsson.
The report, "DMARC Adoption Among e-Retailers," analyzed 3,300 domains of largest UJS.
San Mateo, Calif.-based cybersecurity firm Agari's research revealed federal domain adoption of DMARC, an email authentication, policy, and reporting protocol, increased 13 points in 30 days, ahead of the DHS deadline.
DMARC is an authentication standard that will reject messages that come from an unrecognized or unauthorized source.
An important security component is the phishing prevention that follows DMARC standard by utilizing machine learning.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of public and private organizations globally, including leading cyber security companies, have not deployed DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance) to prevent spammers and phishers from using an organization's name to conduct cyber attacks, according to new research from the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA).
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