The last two years of the COVID-19 pandemic have underscored the need for vigilance in many facets of our personal and professional lives. The same holds true for companies around the globe, due to the impact of sophisticated attacks using malware and ransomware, hacks and data breaches, Business Email Compromise (BEC), and veiled attempts like domain spoofing.
The Agari Cyber Intelligence Division analyzed trillions of emails and hundreds of millions of Internet domains to uncover the scope and impact of this email fraud. In 2021, a myriad of these scams continued to grab headlines and grip IT departments with fear.
With a focus on the state of DMARC enforcement, the 2022 edition of the “Email Fraud & Identity Deception Trends” report delivers data and key findings, including:
- How Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance (DMARC) adoption rates increased steadily in 2021 across most key industries, including financial services and healthcare, to technology and SaaS providers
- Which regions have demonstrated a concerted rollout of stringent DMARC policies and which indexes consisting of the world’s largest and most prominent companies are leading the charge of setting their DMARC levels at full enforcement
- Why the Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) boom is a boon for the entire email ecosystem by validating emails from consumer companies with verified brand logos in recipients’ inboxes
Make sure you’re armed with this essential data and intelligence. Download “The 2022 State of DMARC Enforcement” report TODAY.