Manama, Bahrain - Middle East-based Technology company EDX Labs, was recognized as a Representative Vendor for DMARC and Brand Protection in Gartner’s Market Guide for Email Security 2020 for their product DMARC360. DMARC360 is a technology startup powered by EDX Labs, specializing in email fraud prevention through DMARC implementation and monitoring services.
As per the Gartner report, “Dramatic increases in the volume and success of phishing attacks and migration to cloud email require a reevaluation of email security controls and processes.” A vital breakdown of the market definition and where it’s headed, to guide organizations and showcase a bit of the market’s direction by including emerging tech, such as EDX Labs for its product EDX Labs (DMARC360) has been recognized as one of the four Representative Vendors for DMARC & Brand Protection by Gartner.
“We are honored to be recognized as one of the Representative Vendors for DMARC and Brand Protection in the Gartner 2020 Market Guide for Email security. Not to mention, being a Middle East-based startup with a global presence amongst big players in our field is truly a dream come true. We strongly believe that with the recognition in Gartner’s research, we will be able to persuade global markets.” stated Abdullah Mirza, Director of Growth & Strategy, DMARC360.
Further to this, DMARC360 had also contributed to the emails security market by providing free webinars amidst the COVID-19 crisis earlier this year. The webinars aimed to spread awareness to the public on the DMARC framework, and the importance of its implementation to prevent email fraud, which had significantly helped security teams across the Middle East. DMARC360 is yet available to provide webinars upon request to organizations that require it.
The growth stage startup has taken on the initiative to ensure DMARC compliance and awareness regionally and globally by developing the required technology platform. While being a part of the Bahraini startup ecosystem, DMARC360 has brought on success and pride to the Kingdom, through its global presence and partnerships. Just last year, they had partnered up with the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) to eradicate cyber risks involved with email and to improve the Arab region's cyber readiness.
*Gartner, Market Guide for Email Security, Mark Harris, et al, 8 September 2020
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DMARC360 is an email security intelligence platform headquartered in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The company’s primary focus is to enhance email deliverability by assisting in the implementation of DMARC on an organizations’ domains. DMARC360 services are also accessible locally or via the cloud and further provide global threat intel, incident response & automated recommendations via an intelligence platform. As an official partner with the Global Cyber Alliance, DMARC360 aims to continuously promote and spread awareness on the importance of DMARC and it’s implementation. DMARC360 is powered by EDX Labs ; Subsidiaries include CTM360, PENTEST360, & MG360. For more information please visit: www.dmarc360.com
Maram Abdulaziz Alaradi
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