DMARC Email Trust Data | Small & Medium Businesses
This dataset is a summary of 9278 Small & Medium Business domains and their DMARC compliance and conformance. The data is a subset of the Trusted Sender Score dataset. You can click through to domain email trust profiles.
Why is it important for all domains to be DMARC compliant and not just large companies and governments?
It is important for all domains to be DMARC compliant because if you protect some domains from being spoofed and not all domains, then the scammers, spammers and criminals will shift to using the unprotected domains to achieve similar outcomes. Until all domains are DMARC compliant there will remain a cyber email threat, rendering many emails and transactions untrustworthy.
What are the risks from not becoming DMARC Complaint?
The primary risk is a legal risk. Advice that we have had from lawyers suggests that a domain owner who has not taken the free and necessary steps to protect their domain from SPOOF attack may be help negligible or liable depending on the circumstances.
The bigger and more immediate risk however is interruption to email and subsequent email reputation. For example: if your largest customer implemented an Anti-SPOOF policy and rejects all non DMARC Compliant email, as many of ouf clients and users are doing, then your email will not be acepted. This could affect transactions such as order processing, emergency responses and general email.
What percentage of Small & Medium Business domains are DMARC compliant?
The percentage (%) of DMARC compliant Small & Medium Business domains is: