Email's Original Sin and How Automated Authentication is Changing it

Trust Your Email Again

As email evolved from its early days, nobody could have predicted that there would one day be more than 3.8 Billion email users sending 270 Billion emails a day, and that email would become the number one source of cyberattacks. Business Email Compromise (BEC) and impersonation attacks are now one of the most insidious threats to organizations. Take a walk through the history of email with us to learn how email's "original sin" – its inherent lack of authentication – is being addressed with identity-based automated email authentication, including DMARC enforcement and other strategies to bring trust back to email.

On Demand
1h 00min

Attend this webinar and you'll:

  • Hear how automation makes email authentication accessible to your organization
  • Learn how to stop phishing attacks and get control of your emailing domain
  • Understand the evolution of mail authentication standards (SPF, DKIM and DMARC)  
  • See how email's "original sin" is addressed with an identity-first authentication approach
  • Walk away with an action plan to protect your organization and restore trust to email

Featured Speakers

  • Vivek Asija
    Vivek Asija
    VP of Product Marketing

    Vivek is VP of Product Marketing at Valimail, a Shasta and Tenayabacked cybersecurity startup in San Francisco. An "IT guy" turned product marketer, Vivek has been on both sides of the table as buyer and seller of technology solutions for over 20 years. He combines a unique blend of customer empathy, strategic marketing, and storytelling ability that brings business solutions to life.

    Vivek is a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy and holds a B.A. in History from Wesleyan University and an M.B.A. from Babson College. He is a board member of the Sonoma Ashram Foundation.

  • Seth Blank
    Seth Blank
    Director of Industry Initiatives

    Seth Blank’s mission as the director of industry initiatives at Valimail is to strengthen and extend email authentication for the benefit of the entire ecosystem. In the past year, he has played a key role in broad industry standards such as ARC, and has also contributed to collaborative work with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Online Trust Alliance, and the Global Cyber Alliance, as well as M3AAWG, where he was recently named the co-chair of the Collaboration Committee.

  • Peter Krass
    Peter Krass
    Contributing Editor

    Peter Krass is an editor and writer specializing in business technology. Formerly, Peter held senior editorial positions with Inc., Planet IT, Smart Enterprise, TechBuilder, InformationWeek and the BusinessWeek newsletter group.

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