DMARC Solution for Government Agencies

Enable governments to safeguard citizens and employees from malicious email impersonation and phishing attacks.

DMARC for Government Domains

Governments at all levels, from local communities to nations, rely on email communication to interact with citizens, employees, and other governmental entities.
Unfortunately, a staggering 93% of successful cyberattacks worldwide stem from email security vulnerabilities. Cybercriminals frequently target governmental and federal domains using tactics like malicious email impersonation, ransomware, malware, and phishing attacks. Their motives range from espionage and financial gain to stealing credentials and classified information.
The most effective defense against phishing attacks is the implementation of a stringent DMARC policy. As a result, many leading countries have either mandated or strongly recommended DMARC implementation for national government organizations, ensuring enhanced cybersecurity resilience.

United States of America

In 2017, the Department of Homeland Security issued a mandate requiring all federal government domains to adopt a strict DMARC reject policy within a year.

The Netherlands

The Standardization Forum mandated that Dutch government organizations implement a DMARC reject policy by the conclusion of 2019.

The United Kingdom

The Government Digital Service revised security guidelines in 2016, stipulating that all UK government domains must publish a DMARC policy and enforce the strict reject policy.

Australia

Malicious Email Mitigation Strategies encompass guidelines advocating for all organizations, not exclusively governmental ones, to implement a DMARC policy set to p=reject.

DMARC Statistics for Government Entities

Based on internal research conducted by yourDMARC, analyzing over 7,500 governmental domains worldwide, only 30.5% of them have implemented DMARC. Furthermore, merely 46.3% of these domains have enforced the strongest DMARC reject policy.
This research was conducted in March 2022.

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How DMARC Safeguards Against Email Spoofing

DMARC (Domain-based Messag e Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) is an email authentication protocol crafted to empower email domain owners to shield their domain from unauthorized use, a practice often referred to as email spoofing.

The implementation of a DMARC policy shields domain owners from the adverse impacts of fraud. In our rapidly evolving, digitally-driven era, cybercriminals and fraudsters adeptly identify and exploit an organization cybersecurity vulnerabilities.

As a result, governmental organizations require a DMARC policy to safeguard both their employees and citizens from financial and data breaches.

Why Choose yourDMARC

yourDMARC provides seamless and user-friendly deployment of the DMARC protocol, along with supplementary tools and features for effortless domain monitoring and visualization of email infrastructure.

Top-tier support and customer education

Enhanced threat intelligence and fraud prevention guidance.

State-of-the-art AI-powered security

Instant detection of cyberattacks through an advanced alerting system

Streamlined DMARC deployment

Expert guidance at every step of the DMARC implementation process

Executive-level insights and reporting

Clear and intuitive reports with improved visual representations.

Embarking on DMARC: A Handbook for Government Entities

As spear phishing emails remain the starting point for 93% of successful cyberattacks globally, the threat landscape against countries, states, local governments, and federal agencies intensifies.
With yourDMARCs tailored security solution, you can thwart the use of fraudulent and compromised accounts to disseminate malicious messages, safeguarding individuals within your state or local government organization from exploitation.
Download our complimentary ebook to grasp the significance of DMARC for governmental entities and acquire the knowledge necessary to shield your employees and citizens from phishing attacks.

DMARC: A Crucial Defense Against Cyber Threats

CEO Impersonation Scams

The attacker, impersonating a high-ranking executive, sends emails to your employees, requesting money transfers or access to sensitive databases.

Illicit Goods Trafficking

Attackers may exploit your domain to peddle illicit goods online, such as drugs or weapons, potentially exposing you to severe legal repercussions.

Legal Liabilities

When hackers exploit your domain to pilfer money or data from individuals, it can result in lawsuits against your organization.

Fraudulent Invoices

A hacker masquerading as one of the organization’s vendors could generate counterfeit invoices, potentially resulting in substantial financial losses for companies.

Unauthorized Access to Credentials

By impersonating customer support representatives from your business, an attacker can illicitly obtain information from your partners and customers.

Ransomware Propagation

If hackers exploit your domain to pilfer money or data from individuals, it can result in lawsuits against your organization.

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