Defend & Deliver Boot Camp

Dear Listers,
Continuing its efforts to accelerate DMARC adoption through advocacy and
practical solutions, the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) is pleased to offer
another installment of its DMARC Bootcamp. Beginning May 5th, GCA will
conduct five weeks of online technical training focused on what DMARC is
and how to implement it. We’ll cover the basics of SPF and DKIM and options
of performing DKIM key generation and signing. We will go over each of the
tags for a DMARC policy and provide a demonstration of how to create the
DNS records for SPF, DKIM, and DMARC on several systems.
By the end of the bootcamp, participants will have enough information and
confidence to move to the highest DMARC policy level of “reject”
immediately or within a few months.
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Every step of the way, GCA will assist with resources and guidance,
including a weekly one-hour webinar.
DMARC is considered the industry standard for email authentication to
prevent attacks from malicious third parties sending harmful email using a
counterfeit address. By implementing DMARC, you lower the odds of your
domains being spoofed and used for phishing attacks against others.
Open the link below to register.
cutt.ly/yz4oYND

DMARC is considered the industry standard for email authentication to
prevent attacks from malicious third parties sending harmful email using a
counterfeit address. By implementing DMARC, you lower the odds of your
domains being spoofed and used for phishing attacks against others.

DMARC is also an important defense against Business Email Compromise (BEC),
which is a growing risk for organizations of all sizes, with more than $1.7
billion in losses last year according to the FBI
<www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2019-internet-crime-report-released-021120>
.

Kind Regards,
Johnsey Kivoto

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