Phishing and spoofing continue to erode people’s trust in email. They lead to loss of money, data, or even collapse of entire systems. In 2020, identity theft through robocalls and phishing emails resulted in a loss of $43 billion in the US alone (*Source: CNBC).
Email security mechanisms help secure a brand’s domain against impersonation and maintain trust. Foremost among them, BIMI (Brand Indicators for Message Identification) enables brands to display their verified logo against a DMARC-authenticated sending domain. The presence of a BIMI logo reassures recipients that the email genuinely originated from the brand. BIMI seamlessly combines Verified Mark Certificates (VMCs) that enable logo display with DMARC authentication and anti-spoofing technology. Together they help reduce email forgery, improve deliverability, and create a more immersive email experience.
In this session, you’ll learn:
- Netcore Cloud, Red Sift, and Entrust’s partnership: what does it mean to your organization and its people?
- How are we working together to bring you the tools that protect your employees and customers?
- What are the benefits experienced by brands that implemented these authentication solutions?
- How does the logo displayed in the email gets verified as genuinely coming from the authentic organization?
Domains of all sizes are targeted by spoofing and phishing, from single users to the Fortune 100. If you’re worried about your email reputation, delivery, or security, this is an event you should not miss.
Join Netcore Cloud, Red Sift, and Entrust for a discussion of what DMARC, BIMI, and VMCs can do for your brand, why marketing should align with IT and security teams for implementation, and why you should be including these security initiatives in your 2022 strategic planning.