Groupon, Return Path & Message Systems Present:
The Benefits of Adopting DMARC Email Authentication
Learn How to Use DMARC To
Keep Your Email Flowing
The DMARC standard now protects almost two-thirds of the world's 3.3 billion consumer mailboxes worldwide, and was responsible for blocking 325 million unauthenticated messages in November and December 2012 alone. Were some of those messages from you?
Join Sam Masiello, Application Security at Groupon, Brandon Dingae, Director, Anti-Phishing at ReturnPath and Alec Peterson, CTO at Message Systems for a revealing discussion on all things DMARC and Security. You’ll learn best practices to help your organization optimize your communications and messaging strategies in the new DMARC email environment.
- Why implementing DMARC can spare your sending reputation and your pocketbook
- How DMARC is blocking more than 3 million phishing messages each month
- What it takes to get on board with DMARC - ASAP
DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) is the email authentication standard that has been adopted by giants like Gmail, Yahoo, Microsoft and Twitter.
If you’re a bank, retailer, publisher or any kind of brand, do you want your email to be the only message in your customer’s inbox not flagged as DMARC-secure? No! Join us and learn how to protect your email-based customer communications and revenue streams.