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Skysnag startup email protection

Startups face the same phishing risks as big corporations.

A DMARC record set to "none" is insufficient, manually reading reports is time-consuming, and enabling strict DMARC enforcement is risky. Skysnag will handle that autonomously.

How can we help your business?

Skysnag streamlines the email security protocol, DMARC, by automating processes and providing clear instructions on blocking unauthorized use of your domain. This protects your domain name from getting on a blacklist and increases your email deliverability.

Can't a startup set up DMARC on its own?

As a startup, you may not have the time to learn about email authentication protocols and analyze reports manually. Sksynag can save you time and effort while protecting your brand from the start. This way, you can ensure email deliverability and your customers' protection during your growth journey.

We use Google/Microsoft to run our mail services. Can they implement DMARC for us?

No, since DMARC and other email protocols reside on the DNS, it is the responsibility of domain owners to set policies. If those policies are not set, mail clients are unable to authenticate emails or block spoofed messages that originate from your domain name. Major mail service providers support DMARC but do not set up policies for your domain, which is why more than 95% of startups have no DMARC enforcement. Skysnag solves this problem by providing an easy-to-use platform to set up these policies.

How Skysnag works

1. Insight

See who is using your domain to send fake emails. We analyze and interpret the DMARC reports you receive to show what’s going on across your email domain.

2. Action

Auto-classify legitimate senders and surface the bad. We save you time with automated classification and provide specific actions so you can secure your genuine email sources and block fake ones.

3. Protection

Stop criminals from sending fraudulent emails in your name. Once DMARC is fully deployed, we will continue monitoring new email sources to protect against further attacks and ensure ongoing protection.