Mark your outgoing emails with a badge of DMARC protection. Let your clients know it's you and not an imposter.
Users often tend to miss the authentication information in an email and may rely only on its outer appearance to believe that the sender of the email is legitimate. Fraudsters often spoof domains and make phishing emails look like real communication exploiting the user's brand trust to steal key information. Inbound DMARC protects your domains from such incidences of imposture by filtering out fake emails from the authentic ones.
Emails sent from DMARC unverified domains are extensively checked for authenticity and based on the receiver's DMARC policy are either quarantined, rejected or marked suspicious.
DMARC has been traditionally understood to be an inbound email security solution. However, DMARC has an extensive role in outbound email security as well. With DMARC, you can authenticate all of your domains that are authorized to send emails on your behalf. If an imposter tries to spoof one of your DMARC enabled domains, they can be quickly spotted on a DMARC enabled receiving domain, saving the receiver from frauds.
With DMARC, you can get insights of attempted malicious usage of your domains. The reporting feature in DMARC takes it a step ahead of other email security features. Every time an incidence of imposture using your DMARC authenticated domain occurs, on a DMARC enabled receiving domain, you receive reports of the incident gaining valuable insights on securing your domain from email frauds and domain abuse.