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Protect brand reputation

Identify spoofed domains spreading misinformation or leading customers to a fake web page.

Prevent incidents

Continuous insights from an outside-in perspective help eliminate blind spots and detect risks.

Improve productivity

Automated monitoring of malicious assets, with alerts when spoofed content is detected.

Save costs

Collect relevant data to support a Notice and Takedown procedure at a hosting provider.

Why you need to prevent brand abuse

Automated, outside-in, and continuously

Organisations have more to protect than their revenue, data, or IP. More important than all of that is the trust and reputation that is built over time. Though hard to express in monetary value, it’s vital for all other processes.

Those with a greater online presence are at higher risk of brand abuse, especially when operating internationally and over multiple channels. Risk detection and monitoring require a holistic approach to cover all sorts of attacks. This ranges from fake vendor portals to non-authentic association, where your organisation is presented as a third party on a phishing website, when in fact there is no relationship.

Responding to a brand abuse attack when the damage has already been done is much more difficult and costly than investing in an effective security prevention tool beforehand. Pro-actively protecting your brand reputation is no longer a time-consuming challenge. Cybersprint's Attack Surface Management platform works automated and continuously, empowering IT teams to help keep the brand reputation intact.

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The cybersprint solution

for brand abuse

As organisations continue to accelerate their digital transformation, the number of channels and digital assets will increase, providing IT security teams with a growing challenge and criminals with growing opportunities.

Even though threats are often outside your direct control, there are ways to detect risks and prevent incidents. Below is an overview of the different steps a threat actor takes and how our Attack Surface Management platform identifies such risks.

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Hacker Modus Operandi and ASM platform solutions

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Hacker Step 1

Obtain a domain

  • either buy or set up a look-alike domain
  • or take control of an existing domain of the target
Solution Identify

potentially malicious domains:

  • domains containing brand-related keywords;
  • domains available for typosquatting or homoglyph attacks;
  • subdomain takeovers.
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Hacker Step 2

Create a copycat website using the acquired domain,

abusing trademark, brand name, and/or logo.

Solution Assess

risks and monitor attack staging levels:

  • mailservers connected to domains
  • websites’ status changes
  • websites using a brand’s unique DNA
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Hacker Step 3

Divert traffic to malicious website

or redirect customers to attackers’ web pages

Solution Manage

the risks to prevent impact:

  • be notified of relevant events;
  • obtain mitigation advice.
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Hacker Step 4

Obtain confidential customer information,

sell pirated or knock-off goods / services,

or infect users with malware

Solution Report

Obtain asset and risk reports to improve governance and risk management

Obtain data to support an NTD request via the platform

Our Attack Surface Management platform will

Discover fake websites abusing your brand name

Determine whether a webpage abuses your logo

Assist with Notice and Takedowns

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