PowerDMARC

PowerDMARC is an email authentication system that protects your organization’s domains from spoofing, phishing, and other cyber attacks. It builds on the widely deployed email verification techniques: SPF (Sender Policy Framework) and DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail).

Prevent spoofed emails, Protect your organization’s reputation and Boost email reach & deliverability

PowerDMARC

PowerDMARC Basic

600 LYD Annually
  • Unlimited DMARC COMPLIANT EMAILS PER MONTH
  • Unlimited NUMBER OF SUBDOMAINS
  • 1 year DATA HISTORY
  • DETAILED DMARC AGGREGATE REPORTS
  • DMARC FORENSICS VIEWER
  • DMARC AGGREGATE GEOMAPS
  • THREAT MAP
  • POWER ANALYZER
  • HOSTED BIMI
  • SUBDOMAIN DETECTION
  • 2-FACTOR AUTH.
  • BASIC PDF REPORTS
  • POWER TOOLBOX
  • DMARC AGGREGATE GEOMAPS

PowerDMARC Plus

1080 LYD Annually
  • Unlimited DMARC COMPLIANT EMAILS PER MONTH
  • Unlimited NUMBER OF SUBDOMAINS
  • 1 year DATA HISTORY
  • DETAILED DMARC AGGREGATE REPORTS
  • DMARC FORENSICS VIEWER
  • DMARC AGGREGATE GEOMAPS
  • THREAT MAP
  • POWER ANALYZER
  • HOSTED BIMI
  • SUBDOMAIN DETECTION
  • 2-FACTOR AUTH.
  • BASIC PDF REPORTS
  • POWER TOOLBOX
  • DMARC AGGREGATE GEOMAPS
  • POWERSPF
  • FORENSICS ENCRYPTION

Key Features of the PowerDMARC Product

PowerDMARC Compliance

The percentage of emails sent from your domain that align with PowerDMARC

SPF & DKIM alignment

Percentage of emails that align with SPF and DKIM respectively

PowerDMARC Top 5 Threats

5 IP addresses that pose the biggest potential threats to your domain

Outbound Email Overview

View the proportion of your emails that are passing DMARCn.

PowerDMARC FAQs

  • What is DMARC?

    DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) is an email authentication system that protects your organization’s domains from spoofing, phishing, and other cyber attacks. It builds on the widely deployed email verification techniques: SPF (Sender Policy Framework) and DKIM (Domain Keys Identi ed Mail)

  • What is SPF?

    SPF (Sender Policy Framework) specifies the servers that are allowed to send emails on your domain’s behalf.

  • What is DKIM?

    DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail) is an email authentication technique that allows the receiver to check that an email was indeed sent and authorized by the owner of that domain. This is done by giving the email a digital signature. This DKIM signature is a header that is added to the message and is secured with encryption

  • I’m using Office 365. I don’t need PowerDMARC, right?

    When it comes to securing your organization’s email systems, it’s not enough to rely on Office 365’s in-built security features, because they may only protect you from inbound phishing attempts to a certain extent. PowerDMARC can seamlessly integrate with Office 365, providing you maximum visibility and securing your domain

  • I’m using Google GSuite. I don’t need PowerDMARC for Google, right?

    You still need to deal with unauthorized senders who might be using your brand to scam people. PowerDMARC can seamlessly integrate with G-Suite, providing you maximum visibility and securing your domain

  • What Happens if You Don’t Protect Your Email?

    It’s not always clear how serious such an attack is until you realize that someone might be trying to spoof your domain right now. Or worse, they’ve already done it and you had no idea. If that’s the case, the emails you’re sending might not even be arriving in inboxes

  • How does PowerDMARC build on SPF and DKIM?

    PowerDMARC also introduces a reporting feature that allows you to gain insight on your email traffic and boost your deliverability. However, these DMARC reports are generated in a not so easy to read XML format. Not to worry, PowerDMARC takes care of that for you by fetching the data from these reports and displaying them in easy to read charts

  • What is BIMI?

    Brand Indicators for Message Identification, or BIMI, is a standard similar to DMARC, SPF, and DKIM — it’s a way to verify if an email is authentic or not. However, BIMI does something different. It attaches your organization’s logo next to the email, so when someone sees your email in their inbox, they immediately see your logo next to it. If the email is fake (from an unauthorized sender), the logo won’t appear, making it easy to distinguish from real mails

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