DMARC Compass Explorer – DMARC Readiness Assessment Tool

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Last November, we launched a new product called DMARC Compass.  DMARC Compass is designed to provide organizations with instant visibility into how many criminals are using their domain to send spam and phishing attacks. DMARC Compass has been a huge success and early feedback from our clients has been extremely positive. DMARC Compass provides a rare mix of powerful functionality, instant value and extremely lightweight deployment. In addition to the invaluable visibility that DMARC Compass provides into email threats facing our client’s customers, it is designed to accelerate the migration to “p=reject” status—where fraudulent emails are simply disregarded by email receivers. All of the Top 10 email receivers in the world (Hotmail, Yahoo, Gmail, etc.) already support this capability. For more on DMARC Compass, please check out this fantastic whitepaper: Reduce Email Threats with DMARC Compass.

 

Today, we launched a new tool, DMARC Compass Explorer that is completely free for anyone to use. DMARC Compass Explorer allows you to lookup your domain to see if it is ready to adopt the emerging DMARC standard and provides an assessment of the domain, if a DMARC policy is present and what it means. As an added bonus, we provide insight into global DMARC adoption by showing historical data on domains globally and how far along they are in adopting DMARC.  Below find a preview of DMARC Explorer. Be sure to click here to learn more and feel free to give us feedback!

DMARC Readiness Assessment Tool

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