At Fraudmarc, we are focused on making the internet safer through online brand identity protection. With this in mind, we provide services to enable businesses to protect their brands and customers against common vulnerabilities using open Internet protocols- SPF, DKIM, and DMARC. Our goal is to make blocking spoofed email simple so that businesses can focus on what they do. Configuring email authentication can be complicated and confusing, but we’ve simplified the process. Fraudmarc manages and monitors email authentication policies, and provides free DMARC reports, so businesses have the information and tools needed to configure policies accurately.
Making the internet safer has always been our main objective. Our current focus is on email authentication. We intend to solve this problem so thoroughly that phishing is no longer an effective method of fraud. Then we’ll tackle the next cyber-security challenge in order to continue protecting internet users from the most current cyber threats.
We are a TechStars company (TechStars Atlanta class of 2017), and we strongly believe in the TechStars #givefirst philosophy. That’s why we feel it is important to share our expertise about email authentication, and why many of our tools are available for free. We’ve open sourced our DMARC reports, and we provide free DMARC reports to all users. On our blog, We suggest tips and provide guidance on how to Implement a Reject Policy, and we can provide more hands-on assistance as needed. We also offer many tools including SPF Compression℠, an email security check tool, DMARC policy check tool, SPF record check tool, and several ESP verification tools.
In 2015, Keith Coleman, our founder & CEO, was running a high uptime web hosting company. He realized that unauthenticated email created a huge vulnerability for his customers. He found that there are, and have been, solutions to this problem. However, email authentication can be challenging to manage. Keith started offering management and hosting services for these policies to his customers. That was the beginning of Fraudmarc. Since then, Keith and the rest of us at Fraudmarc have worked along with internet giants such as Google, Microsoft, and Comcast to increase adoption of these policies with the goal of making the internet safer.