The growing risk of cyberattacks demands more awareness and employee training programs. The book DMARC Fundamentals can become a rich resource for this need that organizations worldwide feel today. About two-thirds of the Fortune 500 companies are estimated not to have a DMARC record on their corporate domain.

DMARC is regarded as the standard email authentication measure. Not incorporating it increases the risks of unauthorized third parties using your organization’s name and goodwill to infect end-user devices and steal their details.

This book aims to spread awareness and urges CISOs, CIOs, and other company leaders to encourage effective DMARC Policy adoption to ensure email authentication by preventing adversaries from meddling with emails in transmission. DMARC, SPF, and DKIM are certainly not 100% effective in evading phishing and other email frauds per se, but these technologies function as an initial authentication measure. Without the initial authentication and verification of domains, preventing email scams is far more complicated.

The book DMARC Fundamentals works in this direction of igniting minds on the significance of creating DMARC records for their organizations to ensure that only verified senders can use their domain name to reach out to customers and end-users.