At a state and local level, there are thousands of domains that could benefit from the protection and benefits of email authentication — three times as many as the number of federal domains.
Yet, as it stands now, less than 1 percent of these domains (and none of the U.S. states’ primary .gov and .us domains) are protected against impersonation by using the leading email authentication standard, Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance (DMARC).
Download the Report for Data on:
- DMARC usage among 4000+ state and local government domains
- The rate of success among those entities that have deployed DMARC
- SPF usage among state and local domains