Secure your e-mail system with DMARC
E-mail is the main vector of communication in companies. It is also the first vector of cyberattacks with devastating consequences for companies and administrations.
Why implement a DMARC policy?
- To prevent spoofing of the domains used to send e-mails and protect parked domains, which are too often forgotten.
- To improve e-mails deliverability: with e-mail flows properly organized and authenticated, your e-mails will look more reliable to the webmails and anti-spam systems.
- To implement BIMI, which allows the brand logo to be displayed in the recipients’ mailboxes.
Nameshield’s support adapted to your needs
- Set up of the platform;
- Assistance in publishing a DMARC policy on all of your domains;
- SPF verification (syntax validity, IP list, deprecated or empty values, …);
- Recommendation of the best possible emailing strategy in terms of domain use in order to minimize the risk of attack;
- Analysis of your RUA reports and recommendations to help you authenticate all your legitimate email traffic with DKIM and SPF;
- Assistance in the DMARC policy upgrade until you reach 100% of emails in “p=reject”;
- Tracking of unusual behavior and phishing attempts.
DMARC a simple solution to help administrators to proceed quickly
- None -> the domain’s owner leaves the choice to the recipient’s webmail/anti-spam in case of DMARC non- compliance: emails can be accepted, put in the spam folder or rejected.
- Quarantine -> the domain’s owner indicates to the recipient’s webmail/anti-spam that emails that don’t comply with DMARC should be put in quarantine when possible, or in the spam folder.
- Reject -> the domain’s owner tells the recipient’s webmail/anti-spam that emails that don’t comply with DMARC should be rejected (bounced).