Global DMARC adoption still slow, it’s open season for phishers

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92 percent of U.S. Fortune 500 companies have left their customers, partners and brand names vulnerable to domain name spoofing, one of the most common digital deception attack vectors, according to Agari. “It is unconscionable that only eight percent of the Fortune 500, and even fewer government organizations, are protecting the public against domain name spoofing,” said Patrick Peterson, founder and executive chairman, Agari. “Phishing and other forms of digital deception are preventable, and the … More
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