A pair of email security firms are taking opposing positions on whether or not the 2020 presidential candidates are using secure email systems within their campaigns even though many of the candidates are using DMARC.

Valimail and Agari have each issued report cards to show if the Democratic Party hopefuls learned a learned a lesson from the hacking woes that plagued Hillary Clinton in 2016 and have implemented DMARC to protect their campaign email accounts.

And as with everything else in politics the two sides disagree.

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