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For Feds, DMARC is a Start, But More is Needed

Posted by Jay Kelley on Nov 9, 2017

 

Last month, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security directed federal agencies to begin employing enhanced security methods and protocols on all government email accounts. This action is an effort to halt the impersonation of U.S. government email domains, referred to as spoofing, by attackers intent on deploying a dizzying array of cyber attacks typically initiated by a phishing campaign. Given that many reports place the start of a cyber attack squarely on phishing campaigns—some reports place the figure at over 90% of cyberattacks are as the result of phishing—it makes sense that the DHS would require greater email security for federal government email accounts and inboxes.

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Tags: DMARC, cyber attacks, cyber security, phishing attack, isolation

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