Unfortunately, spoofing, phishing and e-mail impersonation increasingly occur. When hackers and cybercriminals are sending email from your organisation, it could lead to considerable reputational damage. Your domain could be blacklisted, your legitimate mail consequently not arriving either. It is often very complicated to be removed from such a list. Plenty of reasons to make sure your mail domain can only be used by legitimate persons. You can find out which parties/systems are sending email on your behalf via a DMARC analysis. This will give you insights in whether your mail domain is being abused or is prone to abuse. Kevlarr can perform DMARC analyses for businesses and organisations to check your mail domain’s security status.
DMARC analyses for correct implementation of DMARC, DKIM and SPF records
The email security standards DMARC, DKIM, and SPF can be deployed to guarantee that all mail coming from your mail domain is legitimately sent. However, specific knowledge and experience are often required for a correct implementation. Kevlarr is highly knowledgeable and experienced in this area and can verify whether your current DMARC, DKIM, and SPF records have been deployed correctly. For example, one component of the analysis by DMARC is checking the syntactical and technical correctness of your DMARC and SPF records, and we will provide you with feedback regarding improvements.
Free DMARC analysis with Kevlarr
Kevlarr helps perform DMARC analyses of the mail traffic of businesses and organisations. We can examine existing implementations, or you can request for a free DMARC monitoring. No strings attached. Supervised by your IT partner, we will perform the DMARC analysis for a certain period of time to find out which parties/systems are using your mail domain. When any vulnerabilities or improper use are detected, Kevlarr can take appropriate action to fend these off. The effects of these actions will then become visible during monitoring. Please contact us for an appointment today by completing our contact form, or contact us by telephone at 030-2006416.