This week’s blog comes from Yanna-Torry Aspraki, Business Development & Deliverability Specialist at EmailConsul. In this blog, she gives expert insight into the world of email deliverability and covers the ins and outs of how you can improve yours.
There’s a whole range of email security practices, products, and protocols out there, and it can be difficult to know exactly what’s needed for your business’ email security posture. So, we’ve put together this hierarchy highlighting what measures are essential, what’s extended, and what’s advanced.
Without SPF and DKIM, DMARC simply wouldn’t work. But what are these security protocols, how do they work, why do they matter, and how can you see if yours are set up correctly? In this blog, we’ve unpacked these questions to help solidify your understanding of these two vital email authentication standards.
DMARC is a vital component in the fight to secure your business’ email security posture. So it’s not surprising that a lot of people are talking about it. But there’s a lot of information out there, and it’s easy to become overwhelmed. We’ve written this article to help you unpack and understand this email authentication protocol reinforcing email security for good.
Passwords are vulnerable. And every time a B2C company is hacked, there’s a high chance that your login details have been compromised and will soon be available for criminals to purchase on the dark web. That’s where Two Factor Authentication comes in.
No firm goes to the time, trouble and expense of creating, building, and trademarking a brand, only to have it damaged and exploited by someone else. So the news that Proofpoint is dropping its case is not only a win for firms, like Facebook, whose brands have been misused, it’s also a win for the end user, whose days of being subjected to tiresome and ineffective phishing training exercises may now be numbered.
What essential building blocks should make up the foundation of your email security posture? In this blog, we’ll cover the 5 email security measures every business should have in place.
The last two words any board wishes to hear after a cyberattack are ‘foreseeable’ and ‘avoidable’. Yet many cyberattacks are both of these, so why aren’t more businesses putting the right infrastructure in place to prevent these, and taking value preservation seriously?
What is the potential market value of adding registered logos to emails? Does showing a logo make a person buy more? Can it increase email opens, and will it make your brand stand out from the crowd? Download our latest report to find out more.
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