How does it work?

What does OnDMARC do?

OnDMARC is a cloud-based application that enables organisations to quickly configure SPF, DKIM and DMARC for all their legitimate email sources. This instantly blocks any email impersonation based phishing attacks.

1. Insights

We analyze and interpret the DMARC reports you receive to show what’s going on across your email domain.

2. Action

We give you specific actions to follow to secure your genuine email sending sources and block fake ones.

3. Protection

Once DMARC is fully deployed we will continue to monitor for new sources of email and any further attacks.

Email is your biggest risk

Anyone can send an email directly to your customers, suppliers or employees pretending to be you if DMARC is not deployed.

This puts your security and reputation at risk.

A single email can damage

Impersonated emails can take many forms:

  • Please pay this invoice...
  • Can you send over that contract?
  • I need to confirm your personal details...
  • Check out the attachment...
  • Follow this link to reset...

With OnDMARC you can protect your staff and customers from receiving and falling victim to these emails.

"33% reduction in email services and a 99% email deliverability rate with OnDMARC"

Shan Lee
Information Security Officer

Time for email to fight back

DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) is the only way to stop spoof emails.

  • See who is using your domain to send fake emails.
  • Stops criminals from being able to send fraudulent emails from your account.
  • Boosts your email deliverability by verifying you as the genuine sender.

Deploy DMARC confidently

Gain complete visibility of email spoofing attacks.

Follow step-by-step instructions for full DMARC configuration.

Reach full protection quicker and stay there.

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