By David Barnett, subject matter expert, Brand Monitoring Share this post In this final article in our series of studies looking at Euro 2020-related infringements, we revisit domain name infringements and consider activity across other online channels, with a focus
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Over the past few months, the Western world has begun to slowly recover from the economic disaster COVID caused. Many countries have been able to speed up their vaccination program and abandon lockdowns, or at least loosen restrictions.
For this study, CSC used its Discovery Engine technology to conduct a regular series of scans across key international online marketplaces. We monitored for listings (offers of sale) relating to Euro 2020 clothing and merchandise.
Around 6 a.m. ET on June 6, 2021, websites hosted by CDN Fastly such as Amazon®, Reddit, Spotify®, eBay®, Twitch, Pinterest®, and CNET were taken offline in an incident that CNET described as “the day the internet broke.
Having proper security measures in place is vital. A digital landscape doesn’t stand still, so being able to monitor how your current landscape looks in real time so you can adjust is more important than ever.
The year 2020 saw a marked increase in fraudulent domain registrations, phishing attacks, hacks and hijacking attempts, as well as the sale of counterfeit goods. Companies must protect themselves from revenue and reputation losses, as well as the risks of data breaches—and not just react to the new face of commerce.
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The COVID pandemic has provided many additional opportunities to fraudsters through the increased use of online channels by individuals working from home during lockdown. COVID-related lures encourage users seeking information, reassurance, and assistance to click on links.
Managing the risk of third parties has become a compliance focus for many large organizations. Companies even work with third-party service providers and external vendors just to manage this risk.