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Beat Email Spoofing, Phishing Attacks, and more with DMARC Compliance

PowerDMARC helps your organization achieve DMARC Compliance by protecting your email domain against email spoofing attacks, impersonation, or abuse by unauthorized users!

What is DMARC Compliance?

DMARC compliance is the process of sending emails in compliance with the specifications of DMARC protocol. An email is determined to comply with DMARC only if it aligns with SPF and/or DKIM email authentication protocols, to determine whether an email message sent from an established domain is authorized and authentic, or not.

By authenticating an email against DKIM and SPF standards, DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance) essentially provides email receivers and domain owners the ability to take policy-based actions against fraudulent emails and prevent email spoofing. The actions may include lodging the emails into the receiver’s spam folder for further review or even outright rejections.

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The Importance of Achieving DMARC Compliance

Security surveys confirm that 90% of data breaches in today’s world are a result of direct domain spoofing and phishing attacks. DMARC Compliance proactively improves email deliverability and helps organizations prevent cybercriminals from abusing their email domain to send out fraudulent messages or phishing emails to employees, partners, and customers, thereby acting as a layer of protection for them and upholding their confidence and reputation in the market.

We have summarized the benefits below:

Prevent spoofing and phishing attacks

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Emails sent in compliance with the DMARC email security protocol minimize the risks of spoofing and phishing attacks by protecting your domain name against impersonation.

Improve Mail Delivery

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Compliant emails are much more likely to end up in your client’s inbox than non-compliant ones due to more and more email providers making DMARC compliance mandatory for email senders. This helps improve the deliverability of your legitimate messages sent from authorized IP addresses.

Achieve PCI-DSS Compliance

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The PCI Security Standards Council has made DMARC mandatory for version 4 compliance, further consolidating the need for organizations to gain compliance before 2025.

Meet Google & Yahoo’s Email Sender Requirements

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If you are a bulk message sender, which most organizations are, you need DMARC compliance now! Starting from Feb 2024, Google and Yahoo would require bulk message senders to send DMARC-compliant emails to their users to promote a less spammy inbox.

Get Gmail’s Blue Verified Checkmark

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Who wouldn’t like to get a verification checkmark every time they send an email? For all domains that have achieved DMARC compliance, and have BIMI activated, Gmail attaches a blue tick to display trust in the source.