In early 2017, the world was introduced to a form of domain spoofing which is almost impossible to spot with human eyes. Major internet browser vendors were quick to build capabilities which could detect these occurrences. However, when it came to email, most still lag behind today.
If you haven't received a phishing email in the last twelve months, then you are a rare breed indeed. Levels of phishing have been rising in the past five years creating a global problem, that some sources such as Verizon quote as being the delivery mechanism for up to 90% of malware and ransomware.
Every so often, a technology or methodology emerges which could have potentially profound effects on an aspect of IT security globally. Sometimes they are embraced; and other times they cannot find traction with the IT teams of the world and remain shamefully obscure.