The Forrester Wave™: Digital Risk Monitoring, Q3 2016 named RiskIQ a leader in Digital Risk Monitoring, and gave RiskIQ top ranking for Current Offering & Data Coverage.
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In recent years, the largest attack vector for any organization has become their internet facing digital assets. Threat actors no longer have to breach the firewall to rob an enterprise. They can leverage the digital presence of an organization, including its brand name, domains and web properties, product names, executives’ social presence, and mobile apps to target the organization’s digital infrastructure, their customers, and employees.
Despite a massive increase in cybersecurity spend, cyber criminals continue on a rampage. According to the latest Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report, 75% of breaches are due to external threat actors infiltrating the defenses of an organization. Their tactics vary, but the glaring similarity is that these threat actors exist outside the firewall. In sharp contrast to this, the majority of cybersecurity spend is for perimeter defense and endpoint protection, not in discovering and mitigating external digital threats.
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Digital threats encompass all of the various attack vectors that can be exploited against you from outside your firewall. Threat actors perform reconnaissance on these attack vectors as they prepare for attacks, looking at unknown and rogue web assets, creating fake social media profiles, and evaluating the presence and security of your mobile apps.
The exploitation of these digital threats can include phishing campaigns against your employees, executives, and customers, mobile apps that have been compromised to include malware, domain and brand infringement, unknown and unmonitored web properties, and imposter social media accounts.
The RiskIQ Digital Threat Management platform provides a unified view of the digital assets that your organization owns and how an attacker sees them. Once known, RiskIQ monitors your web, mobile, and social assets, comparing them against petabytes of data we have about the entire internet. This helps proactively defend your organization and customers from modern cybersecurity threats and effectively reduce your digital risk exposure.
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Find, inventory, and monitor your internet-exposed assets to increase visibility of your digital attack surface and reduce business exposure.
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Decrease threat discovery, triage, and resolution time for suspicious activity, events, incidents, and brand abuse.
Proactively identify unsanctioned and malicious brand use, pinpoint managed, unmanaged, and rogue external infrastructure, as well as at-risk partners that can potentially expose your business.
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RiskIQ digital threat management is delivered through a platform approach—a SaaS-based application suite that addresses digital threats across web, mobile, and social digital channels. The underlying technology enables security teams to optimize investigations, speed up threat analysis, and quickly mitigate threats, all while integrating with existing customer workflows and third-party security tools. This platform approach provides considerable advantages over point-solutions like one-way threat intelligence feeds and single-channel monitoring tools.
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