Ninety-Two Percent of Fortune 500 Fail to Protect Customers from Phishing

August 28, 2017

Global Cyber Alliance partner, Agari, recently published a startling report that exposes the lack of DMARC implementation among U.S. Fortune 500 companies. The Agari Global DMARC Adoption Report: Open Season for Phishers finds that only 8% of the Fortune 500 are protecting their companies’ domains with DMARC.

According to our Director of Operations, Shehzad Mirza, “DMARC is an essential tool that helps prevent spam, phishing and data loss…GCA urges organizations of all sizes to embrace this technology standard to eliminate direct domain spoofing.” Increasing the global adoption rate of DMARC has been one of the top priorities of GCA since its inception. GCA’s first project was the creation of a DMARC Setup Guide to help organizations with implementation. It is now available in nine languages and additional languages are scheduled for launch next month.

To read more about the Agari report, click here. To download the full report, click here.