Understanding how to protect IP online and how to manage risk is not only important, but if managed and secured correctly, can help quickly build and maintain a company’s brand recognition and reputation. Managed poorly, intellectual property issues can hold back brand expansion and sully a good reputation.

With the abundance of digital platforms and the expanding digital landscape including new generic top-level domains, mobile apps, and more—protecting and securing your brand online becomes more challenging every day.

Our latest guide offers insight into how to protect a company’s digital assets and secure its online presence against cyber risk.

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IN THE NEWS

Top Global Companies Falling Short in Protecting Domain Security

Top Global Companies Falling Short in Protecting Domain Security

Cybersecurity Dive October 5, 2021

A majority of the world's largest companies fall short in protecting their domain registrations, making them susceptible to phishing attacks, business email compromise or even ransomware, according to a report from CSC. CSC examined the core domain for Forbes Global 2000 companies, applying proprietary tools and publicly available information to inform the report.

Brand protection, anti-counterfeit, counterfeit, e-commerce

IN THE NEWS

Most Large Enterprises Fail to Protect Their Domain Names

Most Large Enterprises Fail to Protect Their Domain Names

Dark Reading September 29, 2021

New research carried out by CSC Digital Brand Services, an online brand security company, has identified 325k domains that conduct malicious activities and enable brand abuse, 68% of which were related to COVID-19 treatment, testing and tracking. Chief technology officer Ihab Shraim tells us what this means for the healthcare sector.

Brand protection, anti-counterfeit, counterfeit, e-commerce