The DHS Binding Operational Directive (BOD) 18-01 mandates that Federal Government agencies implement DMARC within 90 days and move to reject within a year to protect agencies and citizens from cyber security risk.
For any organization, this is a very aggressive timeline.
Join the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Health & Human Services (HHS), Global Cyber Alliance (GCA), and Agari as we carve a clear path to implementing DMARC at your agency.
Learn how DMARC stops cyber criminals from impersonating government agencies. And get an insider look at a typical Government implementation to understand what your journey of setting a DMARC policy of p=reject will entail.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- DHS perspectives on the need to secure email
- The process of implementing DMARC at your agency
- Recommendations from DMARC pioneer, HHS
- How to comply with BOD 18-01
The Department of Homeland Security announced its Binding Operational Directive 18-01, in 2017. This Operational Directive mandates that Federal Government agencies implement a DMARC policy to protect agencies and citizens from cyber security risks, including stopping cyber criminals from impersonating your agency. We hope that getting an insider look at a typical Government implementation will help you understand what executing DMARC for your government agency involves.
Business Email Compromise (BEC) is currently the largest cyber threat worldwide. Agari is a leader in protecting agencies and people from devastating and costly BEC attacks. To learn more about this topic, read our blog, Phishing Federal Agencies: Why Government is a Target.