DMARC stands for Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance. It is basically an email-validation and reporting system built on top of SPF (Sender Policy Framework) and DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail).
When DMARC sender’s domain has the DMARC DNS entry in place, the receiving mail server (if it supports DMARC) will send out a report if the sender’s mail server is not on the SPF list or the email’s DKIM signature cannot be verified. That indicates the sender’s mail server has been used to spoof an email domain for Phishing or SPAM.
When you need DMARC help, FraudWatch International acts as your outsourced advisors to help determine if your brand is being misused by email and is completely equipped to take action on your behalf if and when it occurs.
Combined with our exceptional relationships with third party provides and our reputation for excellence and accuracy, we can effect takedowns quickly.
DMARC With a Difference
FraudWatch International is uniquely positioned to provide the monitoring and reporting services for DMARC like most other providers with the added benefit of taking immediate action on offering content. This means that from the time an item is detected as malicious, our takedown teams can start working on the incident immediately.
Contact us today to prevent loss from within your company.