dmarcian Europe’s Deployment Services are project-based initiatives that help you achieve your DMARC objectives and milestones. Each project maintains the necessary education, training and policy enactments to ensure you can be self-sufficient in managing your domain catalog and email footprint when the project comes to conclusion.

Deployment projects commence with education and training modules to ensure you understand the entirety of the program scope and can take action with the appropriate context. Subsequent sessions will take the form of weekly meetings championed by the Deployment Manager. Most sessions will include a screen-share meeting room, option to record, and leave-behind assets.

dmarcian's AIM Model

DMARC Implementation model from dmarcian

Over the last six years, dmarcian Europe has developed a project-based approach—our AIM model—for policy enforcement that addresses technical compliance and how it affects different aspects of your organization.

Phase 1: Assess
The Assess phase starts with gathering your organizational domains and collecting data about them using the DMARC policy of p=none. Then we’ll perform an impact analysis on the results in order to categorize the domains and create an accurate implementation plan.

Phase 2: Implement
The Implement phase focuses on enabling email authentication based on the plan created during the Assess stage. The goal here is to make each email source DMARC compliant by deploying SPF and DKIM technologies. Once an agreed-upon coverage is reached, we’ll move away from monitoring mode to a p=reject DMARC policy.

Phase 3: Manage
The last phase of the project is focused on preparing your organization for the future on two main fronts: unexpected problems and planned changes. We’ll enable reports and alerts for cases when we see infrastructure hurdles. Most importantly, we’ll establish a new business process for onboarding new digital assets.