DMARC

SAM.gov hackers used spearphishing, spoofing, credential theft

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An executive whose company was affected the breach of GSA's SAM.gov portal explains how it all went down.

A month later, agencies still lagging, vulnerable in move to DMARC

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More than a third of federal agencies still have not adopted Department of Homeland Security-mandated security measures that stop attackers from spoofing email.

Less than half of agencies using DMARC nearing DHS deadline

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The good news, though, is that agencies are making progress.

DHS orders agencies to adopt DMARC email security

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The Department of Homeland Security issued an order Monday for federal agencies to adopt a form of email security that guards against spam and phishing.

DHS to scan agencies for use of spoof email protections

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The department “is actively assessing the state of email security and authentication technologies … across the federal government,” to include DMARC.

Lawmaker pushes DHS to adopt secure email authentication protocol

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Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., sent a letter to Department of Homeland Security acting Deputy Undersecretary of Cybersecurity Jeanette Manfra urging for the adoption of Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance.

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