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DMARC Solution For Governmental Organizations

DMARC Solution for 
Governmental Organizations

Empower governments to protect citizens and employees from 
malicious email impersonation and phishing attacks.

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Governmental Domains and DMARC

Countries, communities, states, and local governments worldwide use email to communicate with citizens, workers, and each other.

Meanwhile, 93% of successful cyberattacks worldwide start from email security issues. Cybercriminals target governmental and federal domains using malicious email impersonation, ransomware, malware, and phishing attacks for espionage, financial gain, and to steal credentials and classified information.

The best way to secure a domain against phishing attacks is to implement a strict DMARC policy. That’s why leading countries have made DMARC implementation mandatory or recommended for national government organizations, including:

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Flag America United States of America

In 2017, the Department of Homeland Security mandated that all federal government domains establish a strict DMARC reject policy within a year.

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Flag Netherlands The Netherlands

The Standardization Forum mandated that Dutch government organizations implement a DMARC reject policy by the end of 2019.

Flag United Kingdom

Flag United Kingdom The United Kingdom

The Government Digital Service updated security guidelines in 2016 to ensure all UK government domains publish a DMARC policy and set it to the strict reject policy.

Flag Australia

Flag Australia Australia

Malicious Email Mitigation Strategies include guidelines recommending all organizations (not just governmental ones) establish a DMARC policy set to “p=reject.”

DMARC Statistics on
Governmental Organizations

According to EasyDMARC's internal research based on analysis of more than 7,500 governmental domains worldwide, only 30,5 % of them use DMARC. Yet, only 46,3% of them have the strongest DMARC reject policy.

The research was conducted in March 2022.

DMARC policies in
governmental organizations

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How DMARC Helps
Prevent Email Spoofing

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DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) is an email authentication protocol designed to give email domain owners the ability to protect their domain from unauthorized use, commonly known as email spoofing.

DMARC policy protects domain owners from the negative consequences of fraud. In today's fast-paced, highly-digitized world, cybercriminals and scammers quickly find and exploit an organization's cyber security weaknesses.

So, governmental organizations need a DMARC policy to protect their employees and citizens from financial and data loss.

Why Choose EasyDMARC

EasyDMARC offers easy and user-friendly deployment of DMARC protocol and offers additional tools and features for smooth domain monitoring and email infrastructure visualization.

World-class support and customer education

Improved threat intelligence and guidance against fraud.


Immediate detection of cyberattacks with an advanced alerting system

Simplified DMARC implementation

High-level guidance throughout the DMARC implementation journey


Easy-to-understand reports and enhanced visualizations.

Getting Started With DMARC:
A Guide For Governmental Organizations

93% of successful cyberattacks worldwide begin with a spear phishing email. As these types of tactics continue to evolve, attacks on countries, states, local governments, and federal agencies increase.

With EasyDMARC’s advanced and specific security solution you can stop fraudulent and compromised accounts from being used to send malicious messages to exploit people in your state or local government organization.

Download our free ebook to learn the importance of DMARC for governmental organizations and know how to protect your employees and citizens from phishing attacks.

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Government Guide Book

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