DMARC, which stands for “Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance”, is an email authentication protocol. It builds on the widely deployed SPF and DKIM protocols, adding a reporting function that allows senders and receivers to improve and monitor protection of the domain from fraudulent email.
DMARC makes it easier for email senders and receivers to determine whether or not a given message is the real email from the sender, and what to do if it isn’t. DMARC makes is easier to identify spam and phishing messages, and keep them out of users, customers and email inboxes. DMARC allows email senders and receivers to cooperate in sharing information about the email they send to each other
If you want to remove the threat of direct domain spoofing, prevent spear phishing attacks the you must implement DMARC