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Email Impersonation Is Rampant - One in Five Messages Cannot Be Trusted

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Email fraud is the leading weapon with which hackers infiltrate networks. It’s not just a social engineering problem: There are technical controls, known as email authentication, that can help mitigate the email fraud threat, but only a tiny percentage of domain owners are taking advantage of them.

Email authentication refers to a suite of open standards that can stop the most common and hardest-to-detect type of email fraud: Impersonation of people or companies by using their domain names.

Without email authentication, fraudsters can easily impersonate any domain simply by putting it into the From field of their messages.

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