Government agencies are a favorite target of hackers, and email the preferred method of intrusion. In fact, phishing via deceptive emails is the most common means of all cyberattacks, according to a recent industry study. And most agencies aren’t doing enough to stop it.
The Department of Homeland Security last year responded with a directive for all federal agencies to adopt DMARC -- Domain Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance – for email authentication. The deadline for fully adopting DMARC is in October, yet about 80 percent of more than 1,300 dot-gov domains don’t meet requirements, and adoption is even less among dot-mil domains.
In this webcast, you will learn:
Michael Duffy, PMP
Branch Chief, Integrated Cybersecurity Services
Federal Network Resilience Division
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Head of Customer Success
This live webcast will take place on July 18th at 2pm ET