Microsoft has announced that from July 2023, it will honor DMARC policies in M365 and its consumer properties. By respecting a domain’s DMARC policy, Microsoft helps create a safe digital environment for its customers and consumers by ensuring that exact domain impersonation attacks are blocked…Continue Reading: Microsoft announces its new handling of DMARC policies
By embracing inbox commerce and harnessing the power of AMP, brands can forge stronger connections with their audience, enhance customer satisfaction, and drive sales like never before…Continue Reading: Exploring Inbox Commerce: The Secret to Optimizing Domain Reputation
Email security is crucial to shield your business reputation, and you must deploy the necessary measures to stay abreast of cybercriminals. This extensive domain guide contains many terms that you may need an understanding of…Continue Reading: Your quick guide to email security acronyms: SMTP, MX Records, DNS, DMARC, and more
Lately, spear phishing, a type of targeted phishing attack, has been expanding in volume and complexity, targeting big business brands and causing chaos for them. In this blog, we discuss the spear phishing definition, real-life examples, and ways to protect your business…Continue Reading: What is spear phishing and how to protect your business?
Setting up SPF, DKIM, and DMARC is important for a number of reasons, but particularly to avoid your business’ reputation being tarnished by successful phishing attacks attempted in your name…Continue Reading: How to set up SPF, DKIM, and DMARC for your business?
As of March 2023, Microsoft 365 has started sending aggregate DMARC reports to domains with a Microsoft MX record. This long-awaited release fixes a blindspot with inbound mail to an M365 tenant that existed; previously, where Microsoft didn’t report on DMARC results, you would miss crucial insight (and legitimate senders) that could then be blocked from sending emails once p=reject was enabled…Continue Reading: How Microsoft’s new aggregate DMARC reports enhance visibility of your sending sources