At this workshop, you will learn how to upgrade the security of your email system efficiently with DMARC. Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting & Conformance, or DMARC for short, can protect your company, visitors to your website and your customers against identity theft, spam, phishing and malware.
DMARC is an email approval procedure designed to protect against domain spoofing – the practice of sending emails from an unauthorised/fake sender through a company’s domain name. DMARC also introduces new features to email, such as improved transparency, consistency and security. Together, these initiatives ensure that your organisation’s emails reach the recipient and that fake emails are rejected.
Tim Draegen is one of the authors of the DMARC standard. He is also chairman of IETF’s working group on DMARC.
Tim is CEO at dmarcian, a company that helps other businesses implement DMARC on their email systems.
What you will learn at the workshop
The workshop has a theoretical section, covering SPF, DKIM and DMARC, and a practical section where you will learn how to use DMARC to protect domain names.
We will give you the answers to the following questions:
• How does DMARC make use of authentication to improve email security using the well-known SPF and DKIM mechanisms?
• How do DMARC’s reporting protocols help protect your email domains quickly and precisely?
• How do you install DMARC in your organisation?
The workshop is open to anyone who works with IT security and has a technical background.
Date: Thursday, 8 November 2018
Time: 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
Address: Ørestads Boulevard 108, 2300 Copenhagen S
Meals: Breakfast and lunch
Other: Remember laptop
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the workshop title, your name and your company name.