Digital Risk ProtectionContinuously monitor the surface, deep and dark web for your critical business data and potential threats to your organization.
What is Digital Risk Protection?
Our Digital Risk Protection service continuously monitors the dark web, hacker forums, and paste and bin sites looking for threats to your business, or leaks of your data. We combine continuous 24/7 monitoring with real-time alert notifications, allowing us to quickly triage and investigate any new threats, vulnerabilities, or data breaches, minimizing the impact of any incidents.
WHY DIGITAL RISK PROTECTION
Managing cybersecurity inside your network alone is no longer sufficient
With the rapid adoption of cloud technologies and digital transformation driving complex supply chains, corporate data is increasingly being stored and processed outside the network perimeter. Traditional cybersecurity approaches like endpoint protection, intrusion detection, and network traffic analysis, are no longer sufficient to defend an organisation against data loss or targeted threats, particularly if one of your supply chain partners is hit. Digital Risk Protection provides an additional layer of proactive monitoring and reassurance for organisations of any size.
Protect your data, wherever it livesOur Digital Risk Protection service protects your organization against the following:
Account TakeoverPrevent account takeover of corporate, cloud, or shadow IT systems used by your staff by detecting leaked corporate credentials and triggering remedial actions.
Phishing & FraudDetect and monitor newly registered ‘spoof’ domains impersonating your organization and brand, minimizing the risk from phishing and fraud.
Hacktivist ChatterHacktivist chatter mentioning your organization’s domains, subdomains, and public IP addresses often include discussions about possible vulnerabilities in your infrastructure and can be an advanced warning that a targeted attack is being planned.
HOW IT WORKS
Improve security posture by configuring detection patterns, refining response procedures, and remediation.