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Email Security in 2020: Protecting Your Domain and Your Recipients

Written by Julia G

While phishing emails have always been an issue for digital marketers, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has created new grounds for phishing strategies that capitalize on fear. This is just another example of how malicious scammers jump on any opportunity to steal personal information. Now more than ever, users must be cautious of what is going in and out of their …

How to Protect Your Business from Cyber Threats Today

Written by Julia G

The cybernetic threat landscape is constantly changing, and smart businessmen and women know to stay ahead of the curve. Based on the annual X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2020 report from IBM, this article provides valuable insights into attacker methods and motivations as well as detailing the steps you should take to make sure you won’t become the victim of a …

How You Can Leverage the DMARC Analytics to Fix Deliverability Issues

Written by Julia G

After you published a DMARC record to your domain’s DNS, DMARC reports will start to appear in your GlockApps account. In this post, I’m going to explain the report data, what it means and what to do with it to correct deliverability issues.

How to Deploy SPF Email Authentication

Written by Julia G

The first email authentication method SPF – Sender Policy Framework – was introduced in early 2000. SPF means that only authorized senders can send from a domain, and prevents all unauthorized senders from doing so. SPF allows the receiving email server to verify that an email message claiming to come from a domain truly comes from an IP address authorized …

DMARC Monitoring and Reporting: Step-by-Step Guide

Written by Julia G

What DMARC Does DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance) is an email validation system that helps protect your email domain from being used for sending phishing emails, scams, and other spam. DMARC is built upon two existing email authentication technologies that are used to associate a piece of email with a domain: SPF (Sender Policy Framework) and DKIM (DomainKeys …

Email Authentication: the Ultimate Guide

Written by Julia G

Email authentication is becoming a big deal. Authentication allows the mailbox provider to confirm that the sender is the one who he pretends to be. If authentication fails, the emails are likely to be filtered as spam or rejected.