Your brand is your identity, which means that maintaining constant coverage to protect it is critical – especially where threat actors and cybercriminals are operating.
Your brand can be involved in a variety of concerning scenarios.
Such as being part of insider activity or discussions amongst threat actors, showing up in phishing campaigns, getting added to malware configurations, becoming a target of fraud tools such as account checkers, being highlighted in compromised credential dumps and many more. It’s therefore essential that Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) teams are equipped with insight into where threat actors collaborate through timely intelligence and relevant data from a platform that facilitates monitoring, alerting and action.
With Intel 471’s Cybercrime Intelligence, CTI teams can leverage our Titan platform to create alerts that will route to people and machines in both a feature rich user interface and via API. Analysts can monitor for company brands, domains, names of executives, leaked credentials associated with a company, clients and employees, and other contextual indicators of malicious activity relative to their brand. If this is not enough, our clients can leverage our Request for Information (RFI) process to get answers to key questions.
It’s paramount that CTI be injected into a brand protection strategy as it can be a force multiplier to your organization. In today’s digital world, the stakes are too high to ignore the underground and the actors operating within it.