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DMARC for Non-Profit Organizations

Non-profits often run on donations, and attackers impersonate them to ask for money

How do cybercriminals use the goodwill of charities against them?

  • In 2020, attackers spoofed the World Health Organization’s (WHO) domain, sending fake emails to thousands of people asking for donations toward Coronavirus relief. Although it was discovered before much damage was done, this was not an isolated incident.

  • Non-profit organizations and charities run almost exclusively on private, voluntary donations given by generous individuals who want to help those in need. Cybercriminals take advantage of this, sending spoofed emails to people all over the world requesting donations for a good cause. 

  • Once the phishing scam is uncovered, donors might hesitate to support or donate your non-profit, and people will be less likely to open your emails once they realize emails from your domain are potentially fake or malicious.

Secure your entire email channel

Secure your entire email channel

How does PowerDMARC protect the integrity of non-profit organizations?

  • Non-profit organizations function on a relationship of trust and integrity with the donors who support them, making it especially damaging to their reputation when they become involved in a phishing scam. With the help of the PowerDMARC security suite, you’ll be able to not just safeguard your domain from spoofing, you’ll be actively combating cybercrime.

  • Features like AI-driven Threat Intelligence and 24×7 monitoring and alerts look for and identify threats to your email channels wherever they are in the world. We manage security in your domain so you don’t have to, and give you the option of customizing your PowerDMARC solution for your needs.

  • When it comes to non-profits and charities , it’s more important than ever to secure your email channels. By blocking unauthorized email and boosting the deliverability of your newsletters, you’re making email safer for you and the good people who support you. And most importantly, it enables you to better help the people whose health, education or livelihoods depend on your hard work.