Protect Your Organization’s Email Security
Join companies worldwide like Facebook, Apple, JPMorgan Chase and PayPal who
have adopted DMARC to protect their customers and their brands.
What is DMARC?
DMARC is an open email standard created by the industry consortium DMARC.org, of which Agari is a founding member. DMARC works in conjunction with well-known email standards SPF and DKIM, and is the only way for email senders to tell email receivers that emails they are sending are truly from them.
DMARC stands for Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, & Conformance. Using DMARC, companies that send mail can:
- Authenticate all legitimate email messages and sources for their email-sending domains, including owned and third party domains.
- Publish an explicit policy that instructs mailbox providers how to deliver or dispose of messages that are determined to be inauthentic.
- Gain intelligence on all use of their domains in email messages from across the internet.
“57% of the Alexa Top 100 domains are protected by DMARC"
The Benefits of DMARC
DMARC is the only solution that enables internet-scale email protection and prevents fraudulent use of legitimate brands for email cyberattacks.
Using DMARC, companies gain unprecedented visibility into the legitimate and fraudulent use of their domains. This enhanced visibility enables them to protect their customers, employees, and brands from email-based cybercrime.
The overall impact on companies that have adopted DMARC is the preservation of brand equity, elimination of customer support costs related to email fraud, and renewed trust and engagement in the company’s email channel.
Champions of DMARC
Many of the most respected brands in the world, including Facebook, Apple, JPMorgan Chase and PayPal have adopted DMARC to protect their customers and their brands, and to:
- Gain visibility into their email channel to determine the legitimate and fraudulent use of their domains.
- Stop brand & email abuse to decrease reputational risk and preserve brand loyalty through email.
- Ensure legitimate email is getting delivered and fraudulent email is not.
- Receive alerts when changes to email infrastructure may impact the delivery of legitimate messages.
- Identify sources and forms of threat so that companies are equipped to proactively prevent attacks.
“We are on track to reject 60M malicious messages in 2015 and have been able to increase our marketing email open rates by 10%”
— Fortune 1000 Healthcare Company