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Our Registrar Assisted Migration Program (RAMP) is a streamlined solution for banks small and large to move their web presence, DNS, and web security infrastructure to the .bank namespace.
Through verification and security requirements conducted by a coalition of banks, insurance companies, and financial services trade associations from around the world, .bank ensures you are a trustworthy source and your website visitors' security is a top priority.
Email validation and reporting with DMARC is the most cost-effective and efficient way to protect your bank, employees, and customers from phishing and spoofing, the leading causes of breaches.
.bank websites require a powerful DNS service like Cloudflare to provide enterprise-level security that unregulated top-level domains like .com cannot replicate.
.bank is a trusted, verified, and secure place for you, your customers, and other stakeholders. We will plan, guide, and execute deployment of your .bank domain with a custom approach designed for you.
While the .bank implementation program may appear to be a massive undertaking we have the knowledge and experience to create a seamless transition from start to finish.
Community banks face different challenges than regional banks—we at 101domain provide a clearly unique solution for every client, not an all size fits one approach.
We start off with a discovery call to understand the size of your business infrastructure and customer base. That way we can create an individual plan that provides you with the best solution to fit your budget and remain in compliance with strict .bank security standards.
RAMP allows us to act as a primary resource and extension of your business.
In place of hiring a full-time employee dedicated to monitoring the performance of your DNS and email security, you will gain access to a dedicated team of engineers and account manager always a call away.
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