Even though your company has nothing to do with a cyberattack on your customers, your brand reputation is at stake. Your customers expect you to protect them, and your association with an attack leads to damage. When an attack happens, fraud and support costs are driven up while your customer engagement decreases. An attack can have detrimental consequences, ultimately leading to customer abandonment and directly impacting your company’s revenue.
Agari automates phishing prevention, securing email more effectively than any other vendor. Unlike others who lack automation features, Agari enables companies to identify, track, and manage third-party senders quickly and accurately without risking email deliverability.Learn About DMARC
Agari has more domains at reject than any other vendor. If you’re serious about blocking phishing, don’t settle for a vendor who has most of their customers stalled at “p=none”.
Only by getting to “p=reject” will you protect your customers and your brand.Generate DMARC Record
Once cybercriminals realize that your organization has blocked them from sending email from your domain, they will turn to other forms of attacks.
Agari helps you identity these attacks that use look-alike domains and take down phishing sites targeting your brand.
"You have a Customer Success Engineer to help you guide you through it. Whenever I'm reaching out to our email services providers to get them to set up DKIM and SPF, Agari is there with us on our calls."
"The big differentiator with Agari is that in my role as CISO, I look for partners versus vendors. I feel like I have that relationship with Agari, and vice-versa."
"The biggest benefit we got from deploying the Agari solution was visibility. We got visibility into the attack space and into how inconsistent some of our enterprise controls were applied."
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