DMARC is an open email standard published in 2012 by the industry consortium DMARC.org to enable domain-level protection of the email channel. It works in conjunction with more 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.
Identify and control how your email domains are being used.
Ensure vendor and partner compliance with your policy. DMARC allows you to stop fraud by isolating and rejecting illegitimate email directed at your organisation or customers.
Enterprise spear phishing, "CEO fraud" and basic phishing crime make use of your email domain.
DMARC makes email easy to identify, and process with email delivery assured.
World's top email receivers such as Google, Yahoo, and Outlook prefer DMARC-compliant email. These providers are the front line in protecting your email domains.
Your reputation as a sender builds on DMARC-authenticated domains.
Industrial strength security to your email domains. DMARC records instruct receivers to report, reject and quarantine unauthorized use of your email domains.
Force cyber criminals out of your email channel. Protect your email and your users from fraud using DMARC.
Easily deploy DMARC using free tools, expert support, and continuous monitoring.
Displays the DMARC records for a given domain
Displays the DKIM records for a given domain
Collect DMARC data. Displays a wholistic view of DMARC data by combining reports from multiple providers across multiple days
Displays the SPF records for a given domain