1M Domains Use DMARC - 13% Stop Email Spoofing
March 9, 2020
released findings from its Email Fraud
Landscape: Winter 2020 Report. The research
analyzes trends in fraudulent email as well
as the adoption of Domain-based Message
Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC),
a vendor-neutral authentication protocol
that allows email domain owners to protect
their domain from unauthorized use, or
However, just 13% of all DMARC records are
configured with enforcement policies,
demonstrating that interest in DMARC is
increasing but DMARC expertise is not
The United States remains the largest source of spoofed email by volume.
Russia, China, Vietnam and India continue to have a proportionally high number of spoofs among email originating from these countries.
79% of US federal domains have DMARC records and 93% of those are at enforcement, a tribute to the success of a 2017 directive from the Department of Homeland Security, BOD 18-01.
23% of billion-dollar companies’ domains are at DMARC enforcement.