Important Alert: Google and Yahoo will require DMARC starting from April 2024.

Data Privacy with PowerDMARC

One of the biggest concerns organizations face when implementing DMARC is how securely we handle their data. You might be wondering how much visibility our monitoring systems have on your data.

Here’s the thing—PowerDMARC’s servers do not host any private information belonging to our clients. The only data we receive are your DMARC reports and the DMARC alignments of your emails. 

But how much personal information do DMARC reports contain? How securely are they stored?

Let’s go over every concern people have with DMARC and show you how PowerDMARC keeps your data secure.

Your Domain

  • PowerDMARC does not read your emails

    Email servers use DMARC to check the authenticity of an email and send reports, which are processed by PowerDMARC. At no point do we have access to your inbound or outbound emails.

  • Our systems only monitor domain activity

    We only monitor the IP addresses sending email from your domain to look for suspicious activity. We don’t view the contents of your emails.

PowerDMARC MSSP is Different

DMARC Aggregate Reports

DMARC Aggregate reports do not contain any private or personally identifiable information (PII). They just provide a daily overview of:

  • The email receiver that sent the report

  • Number of emails sent from your domain

  • Emails that passed/failed DMARC, SPF and DKIM

  • IP addresses that sent email from your domain