Attackers operate beyond your perimeter. Shouldn’t your security?
Business, customers, and attackers all converge outside your internal perimeter, creating a new attack surface that traditional security can’t see or control. Take command of that space with external cybersecurity and secure your digital world.
Using diverse data sources and artificial intelligence-based analysis, the ZeroFox Platform identifies and remediates targeted phishing attacks, credential compromise, data exfiltration, brand hijacking, executive and location threats and more. The patented ZeroFox SaaS technology processes and protects millions of posts, messages and accounts daily across the social and digital landscape, spanning LinkedIn, Facebook, Slack, Twitter, Instagram, Pastebin, YouTube, mobile app stores, the deep & dark web, domains, email and more.
Led by a team of information security and high-growth company veterans, ZeroFox has raised funding from NEA, Highland Capital, Intel Capital, Hercules Capital and others, and has collected top industry awards such as Red Herring Top 100 North America, the SINET16 Champion, Dark Reading’s Top Security Startups to Watch, Tech Council of Maryland’s Technology Company of the Year and the Security Tech Trailblazer of the Year.
- Anti-Phishing Software
- Account Takeover Protection
- Impersonation and Fake Account Detection
- Compromised Credential Monitoring
- Physical and Event Threat Protection
- Dark Web Monitoring
Modern phishing attacks require modern anti-phishing techniques
Phishing campaigns aren’t new. But the low barrier of entry and increased availability of stolen data have pushed adversaries to evolve their tactics to avoid traditional security controls. Threat actors leverage everything from business email compromise and fake giveaways across a variety of platforms, tricking your customers and employees and eroding their trust in your brand. Traditional techniques, like anti-phishing software, require a modern spin to help stop these phishing scams and cut them off at the source.
Why are Phishing Attacks so Dangerous?
From the tech novice to the seasoned IT professional, everyone is susceptible to phishing attacks. These digital attacks exploit human behavior with surprisingly well-crafted and convincing real-world problems. Successful phishing attacks can wreak havoc on your business and customers alike by stealing and selling personal and proprietary information. Customers expect businesses they use to keep their information secure which is one of the many reasons this type of impersonation attack can so easily tarnish your company’s reputation.
Account takeovers provide attackers audience and opportunity
Your company operates in the gray space – democratized sites where customers, brands, and threat actors interact – social media platforms, forums, chat apps, and email. Every new follower introduces the opportunity for adversaries to reach your audience, making social profiles a prime target for account hijacking. Account takeover protection helps prevent takeover attacks through early detection and disruption, putting the power to protect your brand back in your hands.
Tackle online hijackers with account takeover protection
Imagine a world where you are alerted of an account takeover attempt in real-time. Account takeover protection safeguards your corporate and executives’ social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and other global social media platforms by quickly alerting you to early warning signs that something is amiss. Automatically raise a red flag to major profile changes and erratic posting for any specified account.
Find and stop fake accounts, emails, and domains
Opportunistic cybercriminals see the brand you’ve worked hard to build, and they want to profit from it, too. Fake social media profiles, email impersonations, and spoofed domains are used to launch phishing campaigns, scam customer, distribute counterfeit and pirated content, traffic in stolen intellectual property, and perpetrate social engineering attacks. In short, they put your good name to work for their criminal activity.
How does an impersonation attack work?
An impersonation attack targets businesses and high profile individuals and creates a fraudulent account using that company’s or individual’s digital assets. Then, using the fake accounts, bad actors gain access to, and the trust of, your connections, exploiting them for financial gain or personal data.. When the target interacts with malicious infrastructure, their data may be stolen or spyware may be installed and used to steal their access credentials for secure systems.
What causes compromised credentials to occur?
Credential compromise can happen to anyone – even those with stringent security processes. They often result from a customer or employee unintentionally sharing sensitive information, which makes it available to bad actors. This can occur through something as simple as sharing a photo of your workspace on social media. Compromised credentials commonly result from social engineering campaigns, like phishing attacks, that rely on human vulnerabilities to gain access to sensitive information.
Why compromised credential monitoring?
Compromised credentials and data leakage overall present challenges for businesses. Cybercriminals use digital platforms including paste sites, code repositories, and deep and dark web forums to mine and share leaked or stolen passwords, usernames, and other compromised credentials. Compromised credential monitoring helps you safeguard personal, proprietary, and sensitive information from adversaries, keeping confidential data out of untrustworthy environments.
Public physical threats start online
Not all attacks that originate online, stay online. Your team members, executives, VIPs, and events are more accessible than ever, with locations and personal identifiable information (PII) often available through social media, online networks, and across the deep and dark web. Monitoring digital platforms and online chatter can provide early warning to help security teams better prepare for physical threats when they arise.
Why is physical and event threat protection needed?
Physical threats can result from online adversaries planning real-world physical threats in online spaces. But physical security can also be impacted by things like natural disasters or geopolitical events. Your security team can’t be expected to react to threats as they unfold; they need advanced situational awareness to mitigate physical security risks. Physical security intelligence and event threat detection can help better arm security teams with actionable insights.
What is Dark Web Monitoring?
Data brokers and malicious actors continually sell and trade information on the dark web, and security teams alone are often unable to access forums and marketplaces where your data is likely to be found. Dark web monitoring uses both human and artificial intelligence to collect and analyze raw intelligence from across the dark web in real time. Dark web monitoring searches the dark web for information about your organization, including leaked or stolen data, compromised or breached credentials, intellectual property, and other sensitive materials.
Why Dark Web Monitoring matters
Monitoring the dark web is a difficult and expensive task requiring constant data and intelligence collection across concealed and covert communications platforms. It takes experts who have infiltrated and built relationships within these deep and dark web communities to monitor channels including TOR, I2P, ZeroNet, Telegram, Discord, and IRC. This inside information provides organizations with early detection of credential theft and other data leakage; contextual analysis of cyberattacks; and actionable alerts.
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