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for Federal Government Agencies

94% of Federal domains that use DMARC choose Agari.*

Leverage Agari to meet DMARC implementation timelines and to protect citizens

Since the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued the Binding Operational Directive (BOD 18-01) in October of 2017, Government agencies have taken action to implement DMARC. With the first deadline – January 14th to implement a monitoring policy – passed, 63% of agencies have deployed a DMARC Policy.

For best practices on Federal Government DMARC implementation, an overview of how DMARC authenticates legitimate email and allows organizations to designate a policy, and tips on how to overcome common challenges download our Getting Started with DMARC Guide.

Move from Cyber Security Whack-a-Mole to DMARC

Take One Step to Solve One Real Problem & Change the Global Ecosystem 

Jeanette Manfra, DHS Assistant Secretary for the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications (CS&C) explains that DMARC gives Government agencies a tool to secure their email channel, so cyber criminals can’t use Government Agency domains to send malicious emails to citizens.

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End Email Deception – Put DMARC into Practice at Your Agency

In the last 6 months, 94% of Agari’s Federal domains have had email attacks thwarted by DMARC security. Threats have become increasingly sophisticated and are initiated by a wide range of adversaries — from rogue hacktivists to state-sponsored cyber criminals.

Download our Federal Government DMARC adoption report to learn how Federal DMARC pioneers like the USPS, U.S. Senate, Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, U.S. Customs & Border Protection and the Department of Veteran Affairs leverage DMARC for email security.

Government Impersonation

Fraudulent criminal organizations often pose as government agencies through website and email spoofing. Using “agency spear phishing,” cyber criminals impersonate a specific person at a government body over email, targeting an employee from the same or another agency. This is just one reason the DHS has issued BOD-18-01 to implement DMARC.

To the unwitting recipient, the consequences of not reading and responding to a federal agency demand are deemed more serious than ignoring a consumer brand’s direct email. Creating a DMARC record can help thwart government impersonation attacks on citizens.

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Secure Your Government Agency’s Email

Authenticate Your Outbound Email

  • Stop email phishing attacks from using your organization’s reputation to exploit citizens.
  • Reduce fraud and service costs while increasing digital engagement.
  • Ensure every email your constituencies receive “from you” is actually from you with Agari Customer Protect™

Secure Your Inbound Email

“Phishing continues to present threats to both the federal government and public at large.”

— The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA)

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