Implement DMARC the Right Way to Keep Phishing Attacks Out of Your Inbox

What is DMARC and why do you need it?

DMARC, SPF, and DKIM are global anti-domain-spoofing standards that can significantly reduce phishing attacks. Implemented correctly, they allow you to monitor email traffic, quarantine suspicious emails and reject unauthorised emails.

But less than 30% of organisations are actually using them, and even fewer are using them correctly. That’s why for this webinar, we invited experts from DMARC Advisor to talk about DMARC and how it can help your organisation.

In this webinar, you will learn how to enable DMARC, SPF, and DKIM the right way. 

In this webinar we will cover:

  • What is DMARC, and what does it solve? 
  • What are the risks you face without DMARC? 
  • Common misconceptions about email and email hacking.
  • How to best configure DMARC and other defences to prevent phishing attacks?
  • What common configuration mistakes do organisations make?
Implement DMARC the right way to keep phishing attacks put of your inbox

Watch the recorded webinar

Join our webinar

May 19th, 2022  | 11:00 am BST  |  45 minutes + Q&A


What will this webinar help you do?

The webinar will allow you to:

Correctly implement DMARC
Find a better way to prevent phishing attacks
Defend yourself against different email attacks
Learn from the security mistakes organisations made in the past

Our speakers for the webinar

Crayson Jenkins

Crayson Jenkins, RiskXchange

The Vice President of Sales at RiskXchange, Crayson Jenkins is a veteran in the security industry. He has helped the world’s most prominent tech companies, like IBM, reach new levels of success using his in-depth knowledge and technical understanding of cybersecurity.


Derek Clydesdale, Ampliphae

Product Director at Ampliphae, Derek Clydesdale has over twenty years of experience assisting clients with Digital Transformation initiatives, helping customers with successful adoption of a "SaaS-first" approach to the adoption and governance of Software-as-a-Service.