Cybercriminals have leveraged the COVID-19 pandemic to stage all manner of cyberattacks.
Skysnag is the most powerful and reliable solution for government domain protection against phishing attacks. It gives you global visibility on inbound and outbound phishing threats that use your domain. Automated and secure standards management (SPF, DKIM, and DMARC) with zero PII. Centralized DMARC reports governance and one-click sender authorization.
secure your government
Why secure your government domain?
To secure US government offices, DHS has required email authentication with DMARC (BOD 18-01). Implementing DMARC with Skysnag provides complete exposure to all email senders using your domain and 100 percent protection from hackers spoofing/phishing your domain.
Digitization of services
Digitization of government services
With the drive to create a ‘digital Britain,’ councils are at the forefront of exploring ways to deliver information and resources that are both tailored and available. In this transition, email will be a vital contact medium, so demonstrating to people that the council has an email service deserving their confidence will be critical. Skysnag is the only way to verify that anytime an email appears to be from you, it really does.
Protect Data & Stop Financial Loss
The ability to access the personal and banking details of residents is a profitable business for hackers, which is why they spoof domains of government institutions such as local councils and government agencies in hopes that recipients will not question the brand image and legitimacy. Citizens will not hesitate to provide their details. Attacks on civil servants impersonating council CEOs or Ministers demanding details are becoming more common due to GDPR, and they are proving to be especially expensive.
Frequently Asked Questions
We’ve invested in stable email gateways, malware detection appliances, anti-virus apps, and other tools to protect our company from malicious email. Why do we need DMARC?
Can’t our IT personnel implement DMARC on their own?
Can’t google and Microsoft mail servers implement DMARC for us?