Recently, two of the “Big 3” email providers, Google and Yahoo, have stated they will be implementing more strict policies around unauthenticated email messages. Specifically, they will begin rejecting messages which are unauthenticated and do not pass DMARC compliance. As a result, the rush is on for small businesses to ensure their email passes DMARC compliance to avoid having messages rejected.
Today we go into what an Incident Response Plan is and why every business should have one.
It’s every business owners nightmare: you walk into the office one morning only to discover everything is down. Your computer network has been hacked and the hackers have taken over everything. If only you had known the signs a few days ago, you could’ve put a stop to it! But what are the signs?