APWG webinar

On Tuesday, September 1 at 4:00PM CET, Pablo López-Aguilar Beltrán, the Head of IT and Cybersecurity at, will host a webinar offering a comprehensive introduction to phishing. Phishing is the most widespread type of social engineering attack, growing more and more sophisticated every year. Today, 90% of all malware infections in corporations are originated by phishing attacks. Understanding the mechanisms of a phishing campaign and applying the control measures presented in this webinar is the first barrier of protection against an attack. You can find more information and register here.

The online event is part of GCA‘s introductory webinar series, leading up to the second round of our 2020 DMARC Bootcamp, beginning September 15. You can learn more about the campaign here.

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Continuing our efforts to accelerate DMARC adoption through advocacy and practical solutions, GCA is pleased to offer a second round of our 2020 DMARC Bootcamp.

In July and September, GCA and its partners will hold two pre-bootcamp webinars to set the scene by discussing the latest threats and trends in phishing and BEC. On July 14th, Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit will share their perspective on Fighting Cyber Crime including BEC. On September 1, APWG will share their insights on phishing, the most widespread form of e-crime.

Beginning September 15th, GCA will kick-off the bootcamp with five weeks of online technical training and provide resources focused on what DMARC is and how to implement it.

To learn more about the campaign visit, where you can register for the pre-bootcamp sessions and sign-up to be notified when the bootcamp registration opens later this month.


A Perspective from Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit

GCA has partnered with Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit (DCU) to host a webinar on July 14, 2020, from 10:00 – 11:00am EDT. The webinar will feature Joachim Rosenoegger, Senior Manager of Investigations EMEA, of the Microsoft DCU, who will provide insight on how to fight cybercrime, with a focus on phishing and business email compromise (BEC). Information will be provided on the current threat landscape and recent cases that made headlines in the news. Microsoft DCU will provide guidance on how to cooperate with law enforcement, which is critical since BEC can lead to financial crime or other forms of criminal activity. You can register for the webinar here.

We’re sorry, but registration for GCA’s online DMARC Bootcamp is now closed! We re conducting five weeks of online technical training focused on what DMARC is and how to implement it. Stay tuned for more information about our bootcamp coming up in Fall 2020.

To learn more about the bootcamp, including a detailed schedule and information, click here.