It’s webinar time, and we invited our partner, DMARC Advisor!
Join our webinar on October 25th 1:00 pm (CEST).
(The webinar is free-of-charge)
Email is one of the most frequently used communication channels we have. Businesses use it daily to reach consumers, co-workers, and other organizations. With this in mind, you can understand why email is also the most commonly used method in various cyber-crime activities. More than 91% of cyber-attacks start with phishing…
According to the FBI, Business Email Compromise (BEC) was the most common type of cybercrime in 2020 costing businesses billions — and phishing incidents recorded by the FBI nearly doubled in frequency, from 114,702 incidents in 2019 to 241,324 incidents in 2020. For many, it can be really hard to differentiate between a real email and a fake malicious one, especially as cyber-criminals get more and more sophisticated.
So, is your organisation protected?
In our upcoming webinar we have invited our partner, DMARC Advisor, to answer all your questions regarding DMARC. Lars Sandbergen , Sales Director at DMARC Advisor, and Richard Magnusson , Head of Brand Security and New Business at Dotkeeper, will walk you through the basics on how DMARC prevents your domains from being used by cyber-criminals, how implementation works, common misconceptions and added benefits you will see in your email marketing.
At the end of the session, there will be time for both specific and technical questions to be asked directly to the DMARC Experts, Eline and Mohammed!
So ask any questions you may have (Questions can be sent in advance to [email protected] or via the Q&A function during the webinar).
is Head of Brand Security and New Business at Dotkeeper and has been working with digital assets since 2014. He started his career in technical domain support which quickly led him to roles in Account Management.
is Sales Director at DMARC Advisor. He likes to connect and learn more about what motivates people! He also gets motivated by the fact that he can contribute to making the email space a safer place.