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Glossary definition: DMAC Security

Dmarc Security: Protect Your Email From Spam & Phishing

Dmarc Security is a set of standards that helps protect email senders and recipients from malicious email activity. It stands for Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance. Dmarc Security works by verifying the authenticity of a sender’s domain name and email address. It also provides detailed reports on email authentication and compliance, so that email administrators can monitor their email environment and identify suspicious activity. Dmarc Security is an important tool for organizations to protect their email systems from malicious actors. It helps to ensure that only legitimate emails are sent and received, and that unwanted or malicious emails are blocked. Dmarc Security also helps to protect the privacy of email recipients, by ensuring that only authorized senders can send emails to them.