Red Sift were placed at number 40 on PC Beasts “51 Best UK Cyber Security Startups to Follow“! Mentioned alongside National Cyber Security Centre, BT, Darktrace and Tessian, it’s a real honour for our continued work within […]
We explore how several email solutions today, including Microsoft O365, do not have the capability to send crucial DMARC reports to your reporting service.
Domain Name System Security Extensions also known as DNSSEC is a set of protocols that work alongside the well-known DNS or as some call it the “phonebook of the internet”.
Red Sift, the open-cloud, data analysis platform that provides cybersecurity solutions for any sized organization, has been named a Top 100 Cybersecurity Startup for 2020 by Cyber Defense Magazine.
A 15 min webinar explaining what DMARC is, how it can improve your email security & some of the common challenges businesses face when implementing the protocol.
A webinar with Macfarlanes legal practice explaining what proactive steps your legal firm can take to prevent a cyber attack. Key topics in this informal chat include: The values that […]
Google has announced its pilot for a new standard they’ve been working on: BIMI (Brand Indicators for Message Identification). This brand new standard will help to boost adoption of authentication, allowing domain owners to send their logos securely, along with email messages.
The attack was started up via an unsophisticated and common cyber attack, business email compromise, and to control, observe, and launch the attack to financially defraud all 3 firms.
The objective of FCrDNS is to reduce the amount of incoming spam that is processed by a mail server. This check happens as soon as a connection is made to your SMTP server, prior to any other header information being received.
We explore the challenges of configuring SPF correctly and maintaining a compliant DMARC policy over the lifetime of your business.