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Half of Federal Agencies On Track With DHS Email Requirement as Deadline Looms

Valimail, the world's only FedRAMP-authorized provider of DMARC email authentication, released findings today showing that 50 percent of federal government domains will meet the October 16 deadline to comply with a Department of Homeland Security directive requiring protection against impersonation emails.

Valimail Provides DMARC Service To Office 365 Users

MediaPost covers Valimail's partnership with Microsoft, quoting Valimail's VP of business development Steve Mock as well as Ryan McGee, director, Microsoft security marketing at Microsoft Corp.

Valimail Joins Microsoft Intelligent Security Association

Valimail will provide its Automated DMARC for Office 365 service to Microsoft Office 365 customers in monitoring mode free of charge, giving them visibility into all senders worldwide who are sending email “as” them.

Executive Branch Makes Significant Progress As DMARC Deadline Nears

Dark Reading's Curtis Franklin mentions research from Valimail's 2018 Q2 Email Fraud Landscape, citing our estimate that 6.4 billion fake emails are sent globally every day.

Valimail Recognized With Two Major Industry Awards

Valimail, the world's only provider of fully automated email authentication, is proud to announce today it has won two significant cyber security industry awards. Valimail is a SINET 16 Innovators Award winner and has been recognized as a Distinguished Vendor in the 2019 TAG Cyber Security Annual.

Symantec Offers Free Website Security Service for Midterm Elections

In this article on free services for the fall midterms, Dark Reading mentions Valimail's offer to protect election organizations, campaigns, and election systems vendors.
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Tech mobilizes to boost election security

The Hill writes that Microsoft "is joining a broad list of firms providing free or discounted security services, such as McAfee, Cloudflare and most recently Valimail, which is offering its anti-fraud email service to campaigns."
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Valimail offers US election boards, campaigns and voting vendors its email anti-spoofing service for free

TechCrunch writer Taylor Hatmaker covered Valimail's offer to help secure the U.S. election infrastructure with our anti-spoofing product, Valimail Enforce. "As Valimail observes, spear phishing attempts in which an attacker tricks their target into opening a malicious email are a particular problem."

Free Cybersecurity Services Offer a First Step to Securing US Elections

Kelly Jackson Higgins of Dark Reading penned this detailed overview of what it will take to fix the U.S. election infrastructure. The article includes a list of companies offering their services pro bono, including Microsoft, Google, Cloudflare, and Valimail.
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Here are all of the election security offerings from private companies

Cyberscoop's Zaid Shoorbajee mentions Valimail Enforce in this roundup of "a number of technology companies [that] have taken notice of the election security issue and are offering assistance to election-related entities."