Achieving strong DMARC enforcement is a major milestone for protecting your business, customers, and partners from email attacks that spoof your domain and hijack your brand. But “p=reject” is not the end of the road — it’s just one step towards capturing maximum, ongoing business value of your DMARC program.

In this webinar, you’ll discover how to leverage your DMARC investment to deliver continuous value to your organization, including:

  • Operationalizing and improving your ability to defend your business from attacks that utilize look-alike domains and other forms of brand abuse.
  • Providing critical visibility into inbound impersonation threats to protect employees and support the mission of your security team.
  • Building on the foundation of strong DMARC enforcement to increase brand impressions and improve your customers’ email experience with emerging technologies like BIMI.

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Brent Sleeper

Sr. Manager, Product Marketing

Brent Sleeper is a senior product marketer at Agari. A fierce advocate for customers and the business value of technology, Brent has 20 years of experience helping enterprise software companies go to market. Prior to joining Agari, he most recently led product marketing for a leading email delivery and analytics platform.

Autumn Tyr-Salvia

Principal Customer Success Engineer

Autumn Tyr-Salvia has worked in various aspects of the email industry for more than a dozen years. She did her time in tech support in the early days of the internet, and then moved into the world of email marketing as an antispam and privacy expert. During her time at Marketo and SparkPost, she learned first hand how email authentication can affect email deliverability, and in turn, heard from customers about their challenges in implementing DMARC. Since joining Agari in 2017, she has helped countless organizations move thousands of domains to DMARC p=reject.