Today, we announced a new product offering in our fraud intelligence family of products called DMARC CompassTM. If you are not yet familiar with the term, Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance or DMARC, is a technical specification and emerging standard designed to help reduce email fraud. You can read some earlier blog entries and announcements that we have made here, here and here.
Our singular goal at Easy Solutions is to innovate new ways to help our customers efficiently and effectively combat fraud at every stage—planning, setup/launch and cashing. This approach guides our vision to increase the success of end-to-end fraud management while keeping costs under control.
DMARC Compass by Easy Solutions allows any business to take back control of their email channel from spammers, fraudsters and spoofers. DMARC has already been adopted by the largest email providers in the world, including Yahoo! and Google to provide email authentication between email senders and their customers.
DMARC Compass can help any business instantly get complete global email visibility, measure DMARC readiness, drive the process for full DMARC deployment and then harness DMARC to improve ongoing threat management. Some of the benefits of DMARC Compass are as follows:
- It provides a web-based, real-time dashboard visualizing global email flows
- It allows for real-time status on DMARC readiness related to SPF (Sender Policy Framework) and DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) deployment
- It integrates with Detect Monitoring Service from Easy Solutions for integrated phishing takedown
- It offers web-based tools to identify, track and status good email senders to accelerate DMARC readiness
By providing DMARC Compass we can provide our customers with better visibility into their email channel, often a huge source of fraud, and also accelerate migration from a DMARC “monitor” policy to a DMARC “reject” policy.
If you want to learn more about DMARC Compass, be sure to download this whitepaper on “Leveraging DMARC as a Key Component of a Comprehensive Fraud Program” or get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.