‘Tis the season to be extra vigilant for email scams. In this article, Mike Jones from Agari by HelpSystems looks at ways businesses can protect their employees’ inboxes.

Originally published in Financial IT.net


“In email spoofing attacks, the sender display and domain names can look like they come from legitimate brands. To prevent this, businesses can implement DMARC authentication so that when an email is received, the server checks to ensure the sender is authorized to send emails on that brand’s behalf. To get around this, attackers will also spoof using lookalike domains (Amazoni.com).”

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