TWO YEAR ANALYSIS: THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON INTERNET SECURITY AND SAFETY
Nearly 500,000 COVID-related web domains registered since January 2020 were analyzed for threats to brands due to their persistent brand infringement patterns and behaviors.
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We gathered this report’s findings using our newly launched DomainSecSM platform. DomainSec delivers the industry’s first holistic approach for securing and defending brand domain ecosystems.
COVID domain name registration trends surge with key events
A deep dive into Omicron domains shows redirected traffic to concerning websites
Suspicious and malicious domain activity on vaccine-related and health organization brands
Top characteristics of COVID-related domain names
Brand infringement findings across other online content
Recommendations for brand owners
Tips for consumers
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