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As the country dives into the 2020 election season, it’s worth taking a look at how things are progressing. The Senate I...
Email authentication — and the trustworthiness of Internet email in general — took a huge leap forward this month with t...
The domain name system (DNS) is the largest globally distributed database in the world. It permeates the entire world an...
Email is far from dead. In fact, it’s the number one cyber attack vector. And yet, the majority of companies still haven...
As I wrote in my last blog post, email is a legacy technology with a lot of accumulated “technical debt” and standards l...
Email is one of the most vulnerable points in an enterprise’s cyber defenses. Multiple studies (from Proofpoint, Verizon...
There are a lot of initiatives that fall on your team’s shoulders, so I’m sure there’s the question in the back of your ...
Last week, Marriott let the public know that it had suffered a data breach: Hackers stole the data on 500 million guest ...
Statistics show that nearly half of state and local governments experience daily cyberattacks. Such attacks target citie...
DMARC presents a host of hurdles for companies implementing it themselves. If you can navigate the first step of the enf...
Many companies already use a Secure Email Gateway (SEG) as a bulwark against the ever-increasing waves of email-based ph...
The needs of marketing and IT/security teams rarely overlap in a way that’s beneficial for both, but in the words of the...
In April, the five largest banks in the U.S. adopted email authentication through DMARC, giving their customers, employe...
An emerging industry standard will make it easier for consumers to identify authenticated email, while simultaneously gi...
We’re very happy to announce that we’ve been named to the 2017 Online Trust Honor Roll from the Online Trust...
In our quest to authenticate the world’s emails, a big part of Valimail’s job is helping domain owners get to email auth...
Related posts: What is DMARC? What is SPF? What is DKIM? The five key standards of email authentication For most of th...
The movement to implement email authentication is gathering steam, and international cyber security experts are increasi...
The Federal Trade Commission announced today that U.S. companies seem to understand the value of email authentication — ...
RSA is one of the largest cybersecurity providers in the world, and its annual conference in San Francisco, happening th...
Harvard Kennedy School’s Littauer Building. Photo credit: KAKM on en.wikipedia A Russian phishing attack used a fake Har...
Valimail CEO and cofounder Alexander García-Tobar recently spoke on the Wharton Business School talk show “Bay Area Vent...
A bit like building a gate and then leaving it open. Photo credit: h.koppdelaney More and more domains are adopting DMAR...
Not actually a Valimail rocket. Photo credit: NASA From inception, our vision has been to do something unique and audaci...
The ever-increasing waves of email phishing attacks have spawned a flurry of how-to articles offering advice on how to ...
Email authentication — verifying that an inbound email really does come from the domain it says it comes from — is a pro...
The Domain Name System is one of the core services on the Internet. It’s not much of an exaggeration to state that if DN...