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Valimail DMARC Monitor provides visibility of all the global traffic being sent on behalf of your primary and subdomains, regardless of who it’s being sent to or where it’s sent from.

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Monitor your path to DMARC enforcement with real-time visibility into not only sending services, but the DMARC, DKIM, and SPF disposition for every email sent using your domain.

Work with the inventors of automated DMARC to get to enforcement:

DMARC is a widely supported standard that stops email spoofing and email fraud by locking down your organization’s domains, so only authorized senders can send email from them.

But to deploy DMARC and enforce it, IT departments must first identify who is sending email – whether it’s fraudulent or legitimate – on their organization's behalf. This is challenging because of the complexity of interpreting the raw data (often including long lists of IP addresses) in DMARC reports.

DMARC Monitor provides the simplest, most effective, most accurate way to reveal all the services sending from your domains – including senders spoofing your identity to phish your employees, partners, customers and everyone you do business with.

DMARC Monitor turns DMARC reports into
easy-to-read lists of services, giving you visibility into all the services sending email “from” your domain, including those that are mostly passing authentication, partially passing, or mostly failing – even if those services only send a handful of messages a month.

The better visibility you have, the quicker and easier it is for you to take steps towards stopping brand abuse and email spoofing. DMARC Monitor provides the best, most complete visibility in the market.

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Why do you need DMARC Monitor? 

DMARC Monitor is the simplest, most effective way to reveal all the services sending from your domains – including senders spoofing your identity to phish your employees, partners, customers and everyone you do business with.

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Access to sender-level identification of services 

Never look at IP addresses or DMARC XML reports again 

Access to patented technology to gain email insight 

Patented sender-level identification  

No risk of impact to email flow 

Real-time DMARC, DKIM, and SPF statuses for all your domains 

Have you set up a DMARC record?

DMARC Monitor is the simplest, most effective way to reveal all the services sending from your domains – including senders spoofing your identity to phish your employees, partners, customers and everyone you do business with.

Why do you need DMARC Monitor? 

Work with the inventors of automated DMARC to get to enforcement

DMARC is a widely supported standard that stops email spoofing and email fraud by locking down your organization’s domains, so only authorized senders can send email from them. But to deploy DMARC and enforce it, IT departments must first identify who is sending email – whether it’s fraudulent or legitimate – on their organization’s behalf.

DMARC monitor uses Valimail's patented automated technology to turn DMARC reports into easy-to-read lists of services, giving you visibility into all the services sending email “from” your domain, including those that are mostly passing authentication, partially passing, or mostly failing – even if those services only send a handful of messages a month.

Work with the inventors of automated DMARC to get to enforcement

DMARC is a widely supported standard that stops email spoofing and email fraud by locking down your organization’s domains, so only authorized senders can send email from them. But to deploy DMARC and enforce it, IT departments must first identify who is sending email – whether it’s fraudulent or legitimate – on their organization's behalf.

DMARC monitor uses Valimail's patented automated technology to turn DMARC reports into
easy-to-read lists of services, giving you visibility into all the services sending email “from” your domain, including those that are mostly passing authentication, partially passing, or mostly failing – even if those services only send a handful of messages a month.

Discover all services sending from your domain

DMARC is a widely supported standard that stops email spoofing and email fraud by locking down your organization’s domains, so only authorized senders can send email from them.

But to deploy DMARC and enforce it, IT departments must first identify who is sending email – whether it’s fraudulent or legitimate – on their organization's behalf. This is challenging because of the complexity of interpreting the raw data (often including long lists of IP addresses) in DMARC reports.

DMARC Monitor provides the simplest, most effective, most accurate way to reveal all the services sending from your domains – including senders spoofing your identity to phish your employees, partners, customers and everyone you do business with.

DMARC Monitor turns DMARC
reports into easy-to-read lists of services, giving you visibility into all the services sending email “from” your domain, including those that are mostly passing authentication, partially passing, or mostly failing – even if those services only send a handful of messages a month.

The better visibility you have, the quicker and easier it is for you to take steps towards stopping brand abuse and email spoofing. DMARC Monitor provides the best, most complete visibility in the market.

Identify fraudulent emails posing as you

Your organization and your brand are at risk until you reach DMARC enforcement, because without your domain being configured for email authentication at enforcement, an attacker can execute email attacks that appear to be coming from a sender within your organization.

When these attacks are directed inbound, at employees and executives, they render you vulnerable to
spear-phishing, executive spoofing, business email compromise (BEC) and other social engineering tactics that can result in countless losses to your organization.

When they are directed outbound, at customers or partners, they spread disinformation and distrust — or even cause losses — that can damage your brand permanently.

DMARC Monitor gives you visibility into services that are mostly passing, partially passing, mostly failing, unidentified senders, and more — for both inbound and outbound email flows.

Your organization and your brand are at risk until you reach DMARC enforcement, because without your domain being configured for email authentication at enforcement, an attacker can execute email attacks that appear to be coming from a sender within your organization.

When these attacks are directed
inbound, at employees and executives, they render you vulnerable to spear-phishing, executive spoofing, business email compromise (BEC) and other social engineering tactics that can result in countless losses to your
organization.

When they are directed outbound, at customers or partners, they spread disinformation and distrust — or even cause losses — that can damage your brand permanently.

DMARC Monitor gives you visibility into services that are mostly passing, partially passing, mostly failing, unidentified senders, and more — for both inbound and outbound email flows.

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