July 16, 2019
How has DMARC adoption evolved since 2018? It’s…complicated.
Guess who’s back, back again? It’s Matthew Vernhout, director of privacy at 250ok, with an all-new DMARC report for 2019! Tell a friend.
Yes, this year we’re looking at how DMARC adoption rates fluctuated between our first glance at them in 2018 for a number of industries as well as taking a peek at different industries we haven’t yet explored.
Here’s a preview of the information you’ll find:
Some things will not surprise you, like a practically nonexistent interest in DMARC for the China Hot 100 brands (though the reason why might surprise you), while other findings might pique your interest, like the troublingly low adoption rate of higher education institutions.
It’s all in here, and it’s free — no email required.
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