Why Valimail?

For both IT and marketing leaders, Valimail delivers real-time email authentication as a cloud service, bringing easy, accessible, and safe messaging to all organizations. It’s the only truly automated solution in the industry, period.

Other vendors offer monitoring and reporting but sell consulting hours to help you with the tricky parts. But they put the onus on you, the customer, to perform all of the work, from services identification to configuration to ongoing maintenance.

Valimail is different. We take on everything so you have to do only minimal work. Our patented software technology allows us to identify email services by name (not just IP addresses), overcome limitations with SPF and DKIM, and ensure that your email authentication policies keep pace with ongoing changes to your infrastructure -- all without touching your DNS.

Valimail closes the number one email attack vector -- impersonation -- and increases cybersecurity defense while protecting your brand. Our service enhances email deliverability, lowers business risk, and gives you control over shadow IT.

In addition, Valimail strengthens traditional Secure Email Gateway (SEG) defenses that are based on legacy content filtering technology, filling the biggest gap in today’s threat landscape. Valimail releases end users from the difficult task of distinguishing between real and fake communications using your domain.

All you have to do is to simply insert a text record in DNS pointing your DMARC, SPF, and DKIM to us. That’s it. It’s your easy button. Find out more now.

Stop Fake Email

Every day, millions of companies depend on email to conduct business, and personnel spend hours reading, writing, and managing email. Altogether, over a quarter trillion emails are sent every day. But 91% of security breaches start with a fake email. Email is the number one attack vector for security breaches today. From impersonation attacks and W-2 scams, to malware and spoofing, phishing attacks are one of the easiest paths for bad actors to infiltrate an organization and cause significant harm. According to the FBI, Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks are up 2,370% in the past year, and they've cost companies $5.3 billion from 2013 to 2016.

Protect The Brand

Impersonation attacks and the security breaches they lead to can damage a company’s reputation in lasting ways. Research shows that half of all consumers are less likely to buy from companies that suffer a data breach. On top of that, consider the loss of trust that occurs when a domain name is being used over and over again in spam and phishing campaigns.

Domain owners need to ensure that they protect their domains to stop hackers from hijacking their email identities. Only email authentication at enforcement can do that.

Strengthen Your SEG

Organizations need more than traditional content filtering and anti-phishing training to protect themselves. The fact is, these approaches don't work well against the most pernicious attacks: Same-domain impersonation emails.

Email authentication based on the DMARC standard stops same-domain attacks dead in their tracks. In conjunction with the SPF and DKIM authentication standards, DMARC at enforcement blocks the most common and damaging type of attack -- email impersonation that uses an organization’s exact domain address.

With email authentication, domain owners whitelist authorized third party services that are allowed to send email using their organization’s domain name -- to lock out all others and halt impostors.

At enforcement, DMARC protects both inbound and outbound message flow, stopping employees and executives from receiving phishing attacks, and protecting brands from being implicated in fraud. DMARC prevents hijackers from spoofing your domain to send fraudulent messages to customers, partners, and others outside the corporate network. And email authentication strengthens SEGs, adding a complementary layer of protection based on identity and authentication that makes content filtering at the gateway more effective by reducing the overall threat surface and closing the impersonation attack vector.

Automate DMARC Enforcement

Implementing DMARC at enforcement can correct email’s original sin: the lack of domain authentication. Yet over 70 percent of organizations that deploy DMARC on their own fail to reach enforcement, the critical point at which the benefits of DMARC begin to accrue.

When left in monitor mode, DMARC lends no security. Most in-house do-it-yourself (DIY) deployments stagnate at monitor mode because they encounter numerous challenges including sender misidentification, blocking good email, numerous DNS changes, and the SPF ten-lookup limit.

Valimail provides organizations with an automated option that manages the complexities of adopting DMARC and getting to (and staying at) enforcement. The platform provides visibility and control over your email ecosystem where manual in-house initiatives often fall short. Valimail helps overcome hurdles that stymie most IT departments, giving them a platform to orchestrate the enforcement process. Additionally, Valimail drastically reduces complexity and IT time and expense, freeing technical staff to focus on more strategic tasks.