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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IDG Connect: 2017 State of Enterprise Digital Defense Report
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RiskIQ Digital Threat Management Platform Datasheet
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Digital Threat Management – Mitigating External Web, Social and Mobile Threats
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Rackspace Accelerates External Digital Threat Investigation with RiskIQ PassiveTotal
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Ovum Research: RiskIQ provides external digital threat defense—learn how RiskIQ helps businesses see, manage, and protect against web, social, and mobile threats.
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Helping Online and POS Card Processors Ensure the Security of Their Customers
Merchants rely on payment cards today to conduct business, whether they operate in a brick-and-mortar environment or over eCommerce. Payments cards are a very common target for financially motivated cyber criminals employing sophisticated hacking against merchants. Organizations must ensure the trust their customers place in them when they share payment card data is not compromised.
In addition to the cybersecurity threats and the possibility of data breaches, merchants transacting through payment cards must also comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. Non-compliance with PCI DSS can result in a major business impact to the organization through fines as well as the revocation of payment processing benefits.
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Your point of sale terminals, transaction processing ecommerce website, or web service is constantly under threat from financially motivated hackers trying to steal your customers’ payment card data. For well known retail and ecommerce brands, hackers are also trying to perform account takeover through web-based and mobile phishing, malware, and other social engineering compromises. A breach resulting in compromised card data or accounts on your ecommerce site has serious ramifications to your organization.
RiskIQ provides a comprehensive Digital Threat Management platform that allows your audit and security team to discover, monitor, investigate, and mitigate the threats across your web, social, and mobile attack surface.
RiskIQ discovers your entire attack surface – including digital assets on your own infrastructure as well as cloud assets, social profiles, and mobile apps. By gaining visibility into your attack surface across the internet, you can see your organization the way an attacker does, and get a better picture of where security gaps may exist.
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Our proprietary crawl and scan data collection techniques gather the most comprehensive internet datasets and then apply machine learning algorithms to uncover internet assets like web domains, parked web pages, malicious phishing websites, and rogue mobile apps trying to compromise employees or customers providing sensitive payments or personal data. Threats coming from digital channels are uncovered so that you can mitigate them before they cause material impact to your organization.
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With RiskIQ PassiveTotal®, you can investigate your own as well as attacker infrastructure to perform proactive attack prevention, threat remediation, and attack mitigation, as well as reduce the overall risk to your organization.
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RiskIQ quickly feeds into your PCI DSS compliance reporting efforts by providing a single place where you security and compliance analysts can go to for an accurate and up to date asset inventory, including web, social and mobile assets not housed on your IP range or infrastructure.
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