SendForensics Enterprise Sender Assurance™ reaches out beyond your perimeters to shut-down brand-impersonating phishing emails outside your networks.
Yes. DMARC, while a useful and recommended additional authentication, is not the silver-bullet to end all email spoofing.
Its protection currently has the following limitations:
SendForensics ESA raises the quality of all legitimate mail sent by analysing and removing the faults from an organisation's outbound email output. This forceably widens the forensic gap between legitimate and illegitimate email to the point where organisational emails become effectively un-spoofable, giving receiving filtering systems the tailored training they need. This empowers global receiving systems with the ability to recognise even subtle differences between real and counterfeit; with or without DMARC.
If your customers, partners and suppliers are used to receiving only the highest-quality emails from your company, their filtering-systems will be far better calibrated to sniff out the subtle differences when a sophisticated phishing attack comes along. If they've been artificially 'whitelisting' poor-quality emails the whole time, they haven't a hope.
Raising the quality of all outgoing emails also has an immediate effect on the deliverability of those emails. Each email has a far greater chance of reaching the inbox of the recipient, rather than being lost to the spam folder or rejected entirely. That’s excellent news for your sales & marketing channels.
New regulatory frameworks such as GDPR are placing far heavier scrutiny on the sanctity of personal data. Larger organisations can be unaware of exactly what is sent with their email and how it can compromise compliance policies. As part of the quality-assurance process, SendForensics systems identify potential infractions and the necessary steps for resolution. Read more about email content compliance for GDPR.
Get in touch with us today for a no-obligation, 30-day Initial Threat Assessment report on your business’s current exposure to brand-spoofing phishing attacks globally.