During this course, you will learn how to efficiently implement DMARC to upgrade the security of your email systems. DMARC can protect organizations, customers, and partners against identity theft, spam, phishing and malware.
DMARC sits at the intersection of email and the DNS. This workshop takes you through the technical implementation of DMARC and includes detailed information on the entire DMARC technology stack – DNS, SMTP, SPF, DKIM, and DMARC. In addition to technical implementation, the course offers guidance on where technicians can expect to encounter (and how to work with) other teams, vendors, and management layers during deployment.
As preparation for the course, we will ask you to create an account here: https://dmarcian-eu.com/partners/register/dkhostmaster (preferably 3 weeks of data based on a live domain). This will give you data from your own domain for the exercises during the course.
DMARC experts Tim Draegen and Alwin de Bruin are the experienced instructors of the course.
Tim Draegen is one of the authors of the DMARC standard. He also chairs the IETF’s working group on DMARC and is CEO at dmarcian, a company that helps other businesses implement DMARC on their email systems.
Alwin de Bruin has been in the email ecosystem for over 14 years. After following the DMARC specification come to market in 2012, he is now active in raising awareness around the importance of “secure email”. As a zero-hour dmarcian, Alwin is responsible for the implementation of Safe Email (DMARC, DKIM, SPF, DNSSEC, DANE, etc.) in medium to enterprise customer environments.
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The workshop is open to anyone who works with IT security and has a technical background.
Date: Date will be updated ..
Time: 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
Address: Ørestads Boulevard 108, 2300 Copenhagen S
Meals: Breakfast and lunch
Other: Remember laptop. As preparation for the course, we will ask you to create an account here: https://dmarcian-eu.com/partners/register/dkhostmaster (preferably 3 weeks of data based on a live domain).
Send an email to email@example.com with the workshop title, your name and your company name.