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What Is the Meaning of the SPF Email Standard and How Does It Work?

When it comes to being a domain owner, you need to know the meaning of SPF, or Sender Policy Framework, email standard for specifying your sending email servers. Learn how Fortra's Agari can automate this intricate process for you.

DKIM vs. SPF Email Standards: Do I Need Them Both?

When it comes to email authentication standards, should you use DKIM, SPF, or both? We’re going to cover these terms, when you should use them, what they do—and how best to protect your email domains.

DMARC Quarantine vs. DMARC Reject: Which Should You Implement?

You did it! You implemented DMARC and authenticated your email domains. This is no easy feat in itself and now, after DNS requests, third-party conference calls and writing internal policies, you are ready... It’s time for a stricter DMARC policy.

DKIM Guide: How to Set Up the Email Standard Step by Step

In this DKIM setup guide, we’ll walk you through the steps on how to set up DKIM correctly, test it, avoid common pitfalls, and fix common mistakes.

What is a DMARC Policy?: The 3 Types & Which to Use

In this post, we’ll briefly explain what a DMARC policy is, how to set up your DMARC email record, what the three types of DMARC policies are and when to implement each one, and how to diagnose and fix any issues associated with it.

Customer Phishing Protection Couldn’t Be Easier with PhishLabs

Despite billions having been invested into perimeter and endpoint security since the onset of the pandemic and the birth of remote or hybrid work environments, phishing and business email compromise (BEC) scams have become primary attack vectors into organizations, often giving threat actors the toehold they need to wreak havoc on companies and their customers.

Understanding the What, How, and Why of DMARC

What can you do to keep your email secure, ensure only authentic emails reach your contacts’ inboxes, and keep the bad guys out? Follow the lead of companies around the world and implement DMARC.