Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance specification (DMARC) is the biggest change to email since SMTP.
A blueprint for email senders and receivers to collaboratively stop spammers and phishers, DMARC provides a clear path for preventing email scams that put account passwords, bank accounts, credit cards and other sensitive information
in the wrong hands.
What is DMARC?
DMARC is a completely new security framework for email senders and receivers that standardizes how to directly check authenticity of email and the domain level, and how to write policies for treating “bad email.” For the first time ever, brands have clear direction on how to collect raw data about their email channel and publish policies to proactively stop spam, phish and malware attacks across the Internet.
Agari Accelerates DMARC
As a DMARC.org member and contributing author, Agari has joined some of the largest global brands—including AOL, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo!—to fix email. Agari provides the big data platform to process and interpret raw DMARC data, filling a major gap for organizations that want to reap the benefits of DMARC but lack the infrastructure to do so. Delivered as a cloud-based service, brands simply sign up for Agari and begin processing raw DMARC data for instant analysis—no hardware, software or development required. Learn more about the Agari DMARC solution.
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