Financial institutions and other organisations outsource parts of their IT infrastructure. Though it brings many opportunities, it also increases the digital attack surface of your own organisation. Your own cyber-resilience may be up to par, but is your suppliers’ too?
Discover Your Online Footprint
Gain real-time Threat Insights into your online attack surface to prevent a negative impact on your organisation or brand.
THE NEED FOR EFFECTIVE FOOTPRINT MANAGEMENT
Most organisations have only limited visibility of their online digital assets and web-facing networks, which is one of the primary impediments of securing those systems.Without full knowledge of online digital assets, vulner-abilities, network additions and changes, defende
EMAIL PROTECTION SERVICE (EPS)
Cybersprint’s Email Protection Service (EPS) is a cloud-based Digital Risk Protection (DRP) solution for securing an organisation’s email infrastructure and protecting against email fraud. There are three tools that work together to protect your email
Cybersprint Solution Brief
Knowing your online footprint is essential for managing cyber risks and protecting your organisation’s brand. We help secure your online presence and reputation so you won’t become next week’s negative news story.
BRAND PORTFOLIO RATIONALISATION SERVICE (bprs)
The Cybersprint Brand Portfolio Rationalisation Service (BPRS) for customers is a cloud-based Digital Risk Protection (DRP) solution for organisations who’s brands are continuously evolving through mergers, acquisitions, or divestments.
Notice & Takedown Service (NTDS)
Cybersprint’s Notice & Takedown Service (NTDS) takes care of active threats to your organisation or brands. After having identified potential threats, Cybersprint’s platform will take the Notice & Takedown request out of your hands, to help you eliminate the threats as soon as possible.
Phishing - The Million Euro Threat to Your Business
Of all the cyber threats faced by modern organisations, phishing is among the deadliest. Many of the highest profile breaches over the past two decades — including those affecting major banks, retail chains, and government organisations — were made possible because one person clicked a link or attachment in a phishing email.