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Take the first step in protecting your e-mails, start with free DMARC monitoring

Do you have an overview of every party that is sending e-mails on behalf of your organization? Gain insights about your domain with our free DMARC monitoring. Prevent unauthorized e-mails that are being sent from your name. Protect your brand and organization.

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Do not wait until it is too late

Both smaller and larger organizations experience increased risks with their e-mail domains. An unprotected domain allows for e-mails to be intercepted. The damage as a result of this can be significant. Despite this, companies often only take measures when it is too late. What if someone uses the CEO’s account for unsolicited e-mails? Imagine the effects of a fake invoice or even identity theft. An unprotected domain also results in e-mails ending up in spam folders. 

"We finally have a secure e-mail system

and our campaigns work again now"

Thanks to Kevlarr's expertise and proactive attitude, we have a secure email server and great working email campaigns. We are pleased that we have partnered with the Kevlarr team.

 

Peter de Graaf – Founder FreshTV

Gain insights into e-mail activities from your domain

With our free DMaRC monitoring you can get a clear overview of parties that are sending e-mails on your behalf. These can be from trusted systems and (marketing) tools such as Mailchimp, but parties that do not have permission will also be shown. Based on this information, you or your IT partner can take the next steps to improve your domain security. 

Why would you use our free DMARC monitoring? 

There are no strings attached. You are not bound to anything as long as you only use it for non commercial purposes. Through periodical reports and notifications you get an overview of current activities. Reports can also be requested at any time. The pro-active reports provided by Kevlarr give you more insights regarding your mail security and also shows you how to make improvements. 
Our free DMARC monitoring stays up to date and meets safety standards. We show parties and systems that are currently sending and forwarding e-mails from your domain. We keep track of these activities. This allows you to measure effects from efforts and actions.

I am monitoring my domain, what do I do next?

From this point onward it is important to act. By doing so, you can secure your domain. Kevlarr has all the expertise needed to help you protect your domain with:

    E-mail impersonation

    Phishing

    Financial fraud

    E-mails being intercepted (both incoming and outgoing)

"96% of Dutch companies do not have

a secured e-mail server."

A practical example

We received a lot of e-mails that claimed that we were hacked. One of these e-mails ‘proved’ this by sending us an e-mail from our own e-mail address. We would have been left alone if we would have paid a ransom. From this point onward we looked into activities that were happening with our e-mail domain. We found out that there were many attempts from other parties to send messages from our name. These came from places in which we are not located such as Russia, China and Eastern Europe. After working with Kevlarr, OpenWeb managed to be secure. 

About us

In a world where online threats are increasing, we want to provide the security that is needed. That is what we aim for. We know what it is like to be a ‘victim’ ourselves with unprotected e-mails and domains. That is why we want to help you by offering our monitoring free of charge. We want to share our experience and expertise to make safe online communication possible for everyone. We achieve this by implementing safety measures automatically.

Would you want to know more about Kevlarr and e-mail impersonation? Have a look at our video.

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