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DHS Reports Increasing Agency Compliance With Email Security Directive

Thomas McDermott, the Department of Homeland Security’s deputy assistant secretary for cyber policy, recently said that more and more federal agencies are complying with the requirements of Binding Operational Directive 18-01, Federal News Network reported Tuesday. The DHS issued BOD 18-01 on Oct. 16, 2017, requiring government agencies to implement a variety of cybersecurity policies including Domain-Based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance, an email security protocol.

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Report: DHS Anti-Email Spoofing Measure in Effect at Multiple Agencies

Email security company Valimail reports that roughly half of federal government domains have implemented an email security protocol in compliance with a directive that the Department of Homeland Security issued nearly a year ago. Valimail’s recent study reveals that the Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance standard has been deployed to cover 655 out of 1,315 government domains and has been configured to “enforcement status”— meaning the security protocol is set to reject fake emails.

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Sen. Ron Wyden: DHS Needs to Adopt DMARC Tech to Address Impersonation of Federal Agencies Via Emails

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) has called on the Department of Homeland Security to address cyber hackers’ attempts to transmit email messages that impersonate federal agencies through adoption of the Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance technology. Wyden told Jeanette Manfra, acting undersecretary for cybersecurity at DHS, in a letter released …

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