PowerDMARC, a global leader in email security has announced a strategic partnership with Kenya’s ICT solutions provider Usercare.
The partnership is expected to revolutionize domain and email security in Kenya and beyond alongside addressing critical challenges in communication amid growing cyber security threats across the world.
“This partnership represents a powerful synergy between our expertise and PowerDMARC’s advanced cloud-based email security software. Together, we will empower businesses and our clients in Kenya to safeguard their emails from spam, spoofing, phishing, and other online threats, ensuring enhanced security and peace of mind for our clients. Thank you to PowerDMARC for choosing Usercare as their partner in Kenya. We look forward to setting new standards in email security and providing unparalleled services to our valued customers.” Kevin Obura, Business Development Manager of Usercare noted.
The partnership, solidified through a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) agreement, is seen as a powerful synergy between Usercare’s extensive industry expertise and PowerDMARC’s advanced cloud-based email security software.
The collaboration will help prevent financial losses caused by cyber security threats and also establish benchmarks in email security.
The partnership represents a potential for increased email authentication and DMARC adoption in Kenya, helping organisations in the country gain access to an array of innovative email and domain security solutions.
This unexpected increase, along with the limited adoption rates of email and domain security best practices in organizations in Kenya has created an immediate need for a technological renaissance.
“We believe that our groundbreaking technology, paired with Usercare’s unparalleled industry expertise and experience, will take this partnership to new heights. With support from Usercare, and our advanced DMARC, SPF, DKIM, BIMI, and MTA-STS hosted services, organizations in Kenya will have the ability to safeguard emails and domain names from cyber criminals, promoting the secure exchange of information.” Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PowerDMARC Maitham Al Lawati said.
A recent research conducted by Kaspersky indicates that phishing attacks have surged by a whopping 87 per cent in Kenya in Q1 of 2023, compared to the same period in 2022.