Did you know that hackers can send emails that appear to come from your company's domain name?
A simple DNS can help guard against this surprisingly simple and effective attack.
When was the last time you had this reviewed?
Every organization can manage this risk by implementing a review of their DNS settings. Regularly reviewing your domain settings will help make your corner of the internet safer. After all, by the nature of email and the internet, your DNS settings are publicly available, and the bad guys can see them too.
We recommend a three pronged strategy to fight the risk of "email spoofing"
being used to phish your employees, vendors or customers.
The SPF record seems like it should be straight forward to set and forget, but there are some common pitfalls that will reduce your organization's effectiveness in guarding against "email spoofing" and limit the deliverability of legitimate email sent from your servers.