Email has a fundamental security flaw – anyone can send email claiming to be someone else.
DMARC can prevent the delivery of unauthorized email from your domain, but it can be hard to implement and it gets harder the larger the organization becomes.
Most organizations lack the expertise, time, and resources to get the process right.
Agari automates DMARC implementation, simplifying the process of choosing which senders are authorized to send email on your behalf and reducing the task of maintaining an accurate enforcement policy.
This accelerates time to enforcement and simplifies ongoing management, making it much easier to stay at enforcement.
Agari automates phishing prevention to safeguard your organization’s brand by preventing cyber criminals from using your good name to commit email fraud. Using a combination of sender analytics, a fully hosted email authentication platform, and proven business processes to maintain compliance, Agari eliminates administrative functions to help achieve DMARC enforcement 4x faster than other approaches.
Email environments are notoriously complex, often comprised of many domains and thousands of legitimate and unauthorized senders. Getting this wrong can negatively impact your organization’s ability to execute. Agari automatically identifies, tracks, and manages senders, giving you one place to discover, align, and authorize sender domains and IP addresses. This way, you can approve only the senders you trust to send with your brand name.
If attackers can’t spoof your exact domain name, they often secure a look-alike or cousin domain that closely resembles your brand (e.g. GE1CO.com vs GEICO.com). Phishing attacks leveraging lookalike domains can be just as detrimental. Lookalike domain defense detects and disrupts these email attacks using real time threat intelligence. This insight gives you the actionable evidence to turn the tables on the attacker by working with takedown vendors to eliminate the threat.
DMARC is the only solution that enables Internet-scale email protection and prevents fraudulent use of legitimate brands for email cyberattacks.
SPF, or Sender Policy Framework, is an email authentication protocol you can use to authenticate your email. SPF is in widespread use.
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