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
DomainSec is a unique platform offering a three-hundred-and-sixty-degree view of domain security, protecting businesses against significant attack vectors.Learn more
Managing and mitigating cyber security risk has become an increasingly complex challenge. Government agencies are urging companies to take action to mitigate cyber threats such as domain name and DNS hijacking.CSC can help
DOMAIN SECURITY INSIGHTS
Read more in our 2022 Domain Security Report.
Source: APWG report
detected phishing sites
(2.5%) of world trade in counterfeit and pirated products
Latest OECD study
in reported cyber crime (590% increase since 2015)
Latest Statisa 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.
DOMAIN MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY
Secure and manage your domain portfolio, DNS, and digital certificates.
Monitor, detect, and enforce against the unauthorized use of your brand across all online channels.
Protect against phishing attacks and email fraud.
It’s no secret that the stronger your relationships are with your customers, the more likely the business relationship will be win-win. Within a fast-changing digital world, CSC consistently breaks down barriers to help our customers overcome challenges no matter where they are across the world.
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AstraZeneca is a global, science-led biopharmaceutical business whose innovative medicines are used by millions of patients worldwide.
RESOURCES AND NEWS
IN THE NEWS
Why Banking & Financial Services Organizations Must Prioritize Domain Security
Global Banking & Finance Review February 23, 2023
Banking and financial services industries are known for being at the forefront of cyber protection and innovation. Yet they are also among the most targeted by phishing attacks, social engineering, CEO fraud and business email compromise (BEC). According to the Carnegie Endowment International Peace, cyber risks to banking and financial industries have grown in recent years and is becoming more frequent, sophisticated, and destructive. One area of cybersecurity that banking and financial industries continue to struggle with is domain security.
IN THE NEWS
What CISOs Can Do About Brand Impersonation Scam Sites
Dark Reading February 3, 2023
Brand impersonation is a particularly thorny problem for CISOs. Cybercriminals piggyback off a trusted brand to push scam lures through various means to onto unsuspecting customers. Organizations should not only be watching and monitoring the domains they own, but also their domain ecosystem, says Ihab Shraim, CTO of CSC Digital Brand Services. Often larger enterprises manage thousands of domains, which can make it difficult to keep tabs on and effectively manage the entire portfolio.
IN THE NEWS
Why CISOs Should Care About Brand Impersonation Scam Sites
Dark Reading February 1, 2023
Brand impersonation can be a particularly thorny problem for CISOs. Using techniques like website spoofing through typosquatting and lookalike URLs, brand impersonation attacks often don’t attack a company's owned infrastructure — making them difficult for incident responders to detect in a SOC setting using traditional security alert tools. "The external attack surfaces for brand impersonation are built and launched entirely on the Internet," says Ihab Shraim, CTO at CSC. "Therefore, the SOC security teams do not have the specific data feeds [they need to detect impersonations]."