How DMARC protects governmental organizations against impersonation attacks
The usage of DMARC has become mandatory for governmental organizations in the United Kingdom, the United States of America, The Netherlands, Norway and Australia already. It is more than likely that other countries will follow soon. Malicious senders spoof governmental organizations all the time in order to get personal information from citizens, sensitive information about governmental organizations, or to trick receivers in transferring money. Since governmental organizations have high credibility and reputations, spoofing attacks proof to be very successful unfortunately.
Governmental organizations use DMARC Analyzer to successfully deploy DMARC on all owned domains. Doing so, governmental organizations make sure their citizens only receive legitimate emails originating from their domains. Using DMARC Analyzer makes sure governmental organizations get insight in their email channel, set up their legitimate sources with SPF & DKIM, enforce a DMARC policy and protect their high credibility and reputation.