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Online brand infringement is not a new problem and has been associated with fraudulent goods and services since the dawn of e-commerce. With brand infringing assets now playing a central role in cybercrime, many organizations are moving the oversight of infringing assets from fraud teams to the Security Operations Centre (SOC).
Numerous vendors offer solutions for one or more areas of brand infringement. Some address the problem from a brand protection perspective while others look at brand security as an integral part of an organization’s overall cybersecurity posture.
Download our comparison to evaluate how RiskIQ and MarkMonitor differ when it comes to brand security in several key areas, such as: