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Growing Distrust in Standard Email More than 2/3 of all email traffic is spam or contains a virus Rapid rise in phishing attacks “Bad actors” abuse email to send spam, conduct fraud, distribute malware Result of architectural flaws in email system: No sender identification

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growing distrust in standard email
Growing Distrust in Standard Email
  • More than 2/3 of all email traffic is spam or contains a virus
  • Rapid rise in phishing attacks
  • “Bad actors” abuse email to send spam, conduct fraud, distribute malware
  • Result of architectural flaws in email system:
    • No sender identification
    • No sender accreditation
    • No message security
    • No sender reputation
    • No sender accountability
spear phishing for nonprofit donors
Spear Phishing for Nonprofit Donors

Spoofed Email ->

Fraudulent Website

increasing delivery barriers
Increasing Delivery Barriers
  • To protect their inboxes, recipients are adopting email service providers and anti-spam software that promise to make email “safe.”
    • Recipients cannot (and do not want to) separate good from bad email
  • These anti-spam systems are error-prone and create “collateral damage:”
    • Legitimate email can be blocked anywhere – there is no assurance of delivery.
    • Email functionality is often mangled – images are suppressed, links are disabled.
    • Recipients are losing trust in the communications medium.
  • Delivery is becoming unmanageable
    • Every ISP and recipient domain operates with its own system and its own rules.
    • Few standards to support reliable email delivery.
inbox delivery it varies by isp client and message
Inbox Delivery:It varies by ISP, client, and message

Disrupted Communication

Perfect Delivery