Report: Smaller banks not shouldering email security burdens

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The top five U.S. banks have all adopted an email security protocol that helps guard customers against phishing — but none of the 50 fastest growing community banks in the country have done so, according to new data.

Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance, or DMARC, is a way of preventing email spoofing — when hackers or cybercriminals send messages purporting to come from someone else’s email address. 

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