DOMAIN SECURITY REPORT 2022
As Zero Trust models become a top defensive security strategy, 2022 has shown how critical it is to include domain security.Download now
THREATENING DOMAINS TARGETING THE TOP 10 MOST VALUABLE BRANDS
Using CSC’s 3D Domain Security & Enforcement technology, we analysed the most egregious and threatening set of domains targeting the top 10 most valuable company brands in 2022, and found 99% were owned by third parties, or fake.Download now
3D DOMAIN SECURITY AND ENFORCEMENT
Powered by DomainSecSM - Provides a multidimensional view of various threat vectors outside your firewall targeting specific domains.Learn more
DOMAIN SECURITY INSIGHTS
Read more in our 2022 Domain Security Report.
INTRODUCING CSC DOMAINSECSM
We've revolutionized the domain name business. As the world's leading corporate domain name registrar, CSC is the only company in the unique position to offer the most innovative, next generation domain management and security solutions coupled with online brand and fraud protection. DomainSec is a new, comprehensive platform for domain security. Powered by a correlation engine and machine learning technology, it brings together the variety of data sets and blocking networks only available to CSC, enabling threat intelligence based on domain security insights.
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RESOURCES AND NEWS
IN THE NEWS
Many Global 2000 Companies Lack Proper Domain Security
HelpNet Security November 28, 2022
CSC released its third annual Domain Security Report that found three out of four Forbes Global 2000 companies have not adopted key domain security measures—exposing them to high risk of security threats. These companies have implemented less than half of all domain security measures. In addition, lookalike domains are targeting those companies as well—with 75% of homoglyph registrations being registered to unrelated third parties. That means many of the world’s largest brands contend with maliciously registered domains that look like their brands.
IN THE NEWS
Global 2000 Companies Failing to Adopt Key Domain Security Measures
CSO Magazine November 15, 2022
Forbes Global 2000 companies are failing to adopt key domain security measures, exposing them to significant security risks, according to CSC’s Domain Security Report 2022. The enterprise-class domain registrar and DNS threats mitigator found that 75% of Global 2000s have implemented fewer than half of all domain security measures, with DMARC the only domain security measure with significantly increased adoption since 2020.
IN THE NEWS
Most Companies on Forbes Global 2000 Yet to Adopt All Domain Security Measures
SC Media November 15, 2022
Domain registrar CSC on Tuesday reported that three out of four Forbes Global 2000 companies have implemented less than half of all domain security measures, exposing them to high security risks. The report also found that lookalike domains are also targeting these top companies, with 75% of homoglyph registrations registered to unrelated third parties. The result: many of the world’s leading brands must contend with maliciously registered domains that look like their brands.