Gain visibility into the security posture of your supply chain to identify potential vulnerabilites that need securing.

Supply chain discovery

Recognizing the supply chain threat

Maintaining supply chain security is absolutely essential for organizations all over the world. And yet, most organizations don’t know where their own supply chains begin and end, or whether any of their key direct and indirect suppliers could be posing a serious risk to their cyber defenses. So how can organizations get to grips with the supply chain security problem and start to figure out where the biggest risks may lie?

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Identifying suppliers posing the greatest risk

In cybersecurity terms, supply chain security involves reducing the risk of compromise within your supply network by ensuring you and the organizations in your network are putting in place the measures to remain resilient against attacks. For example, if your organization doesn't have a strong DMARC policy enforced - and your contacts don’t either - then bad actors can infiltrate your network and use exact domain impersonation to launch convincing phishing attacks; compromising your data, money, employees, and more.

The key steps to improving supply chain security

While developing and upholding supply chain security is an ongoing undertaking, there are some essential key steps organizations should take to ensure the best chance at fending off the majority of supply chain attacks.

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Identify your supply chain

Understanding your network of partners is the vital first step. OnINBOX Manager provides full visibility of who your organization is talking to, what level of DMARC protection is in place, and if they have transport layer security (TLS) enabled for privacy. It offers a centralized view of your communications network and its email security to help security teams stay on top of business communications and drive consistency in email security standards.

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Make DMARC implementation an essential first step

With OnDMARC, organizations can rapidly and securely deploy the DMARC protocol. In the case of supply chains, this is a vital security measure; without it, one supplier could be receiving messages purporting to be from another supplier with no clue as to whether the message is legitimate or not. And, as with any good protocol, it becomes more effective as adoption becomes more widespread. If you can encourage the whole of your partner ecosystem to adopt DMARC, then the overall supply chain will become more secure by an order of magnitude.

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Show employees who they’re communicating with

Employees should ensure they’re only sending data to trusted sources and not impersonators. OnINBOX informs employees of the level of authentication and trust of each incoming email, allowing them to identify whether the sender is who they say they are.

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BIMI iconLet your customers and supply chain know that you’re secure

By implementing BIMI with VMC, you get a visual stamp of identity in every email you send. The presence of a logo next to DMARC-authenticated emails from your organization can help customers and suppliers distinguish which emails are authentic.

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OnDMARC’s Analyzer tool lets us check a supplier’s email protection to protect ourselves and our client’s personal data.

Providing solutions for your greatest cyber vulnerabilities

Red Sift Solution Suites have been developed to address the high priority issues cyber-first organizations face today.

Domain Resilience

Protect your domain from abuse and enhance trust in your brand with OnDMARC and OnDOMAIN.


Email Resilience

Block advanced inbound and outbound phishing attacks with OnDMARC, OnDOMAIN, and OnINBOX.

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Web Resilience

Harden your network perimeter against vulnerabilities with OnDMARC, Hardenize, and OnDOMAIN.

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Digital Resilience

Close the cyber ring around all your web and human assets with OnDMARC, OnINBOX, OnDOMAIN, and Hardenize.