DMARC Guide – Getting Started with DMARC
DMARC Guide: Secure your email. Stop phishing. Protect your brand
Enterprise companies need to engage their customers using the email channel and this is exactly what cybercriminals try to exploit. They leverage your brand name as a disguise to get your audience to open their malicious emails. DMARC guide can help you protect your enterprise and your customers from phishing and brand abuse. Included in the DMARC Guide is:
- A closer look into standards such as SPF, DKIM & DMARC
- Steps to put DMARC into practice, including best practices and challenges businesses face
- Dashboard showing phishing attacks before and after DMARC
DMARC, which stands for “Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance”, is an email authentication, policy, and reporting protocol.
Email authentication technologies SPF and DKIM were developed over a decade ago in order to provide greater assurance on the identity of the sender of a message. Adoption of these technologies has steadily increased but the problem of fraudulent and deceptive emails has not abated. It would seem that if senders used these technologies, then email receivers would easily be able to differentiate the fraudulent messages from the ones that properly authenticated to the domain. Unfortunately, it has not worked out that way for a number of reasons.