Digital Risk Protection
how can your business benefit from it?
Digitally transforming your business can increase risk through use of new channels, applications, plug-ins and devices. Digital Risk Protection provides that all-important early warning if they are compromised.
Our 2022 edition of the Digital Risk Protection guide explores the types of data and digital assets that can be exploited by criminals and bad actors. In-depth examples show how your information could be vulnerable and how it could be used against your staff, customers and business. Read this guide to get useful tips on how to avoid common types of digital risk.
Employee credential breaches can have dramatic consequences. From spear phishing and social engineering to giving criminals access to critical applications. Discover what you can do to reduce risk.
From intellectual property and confidential business communications to counterfeit goods, protect your business and lower risk by detecting watermarks and fraudulent traders.
Lowering Digital Risk can help you improve customer trust and loyalty. Understand how techniques like breach markers and customer data monitoring can help you identify customer data breaches across your supply chain.
Getting vital intelligence can give you early warning signals that bad actors are planning an attack on your infrastructure or targeting devices. Be the first, not last to know. Discover if digital assets are being exploited.
Promotion and voucher abuse, payment diversion and service hacks happen. Knowing when and where is key to protecting your business, your revenue and your loyal customers.
Typo squatting and impersonation can pose an obvious risk to your brand. But any misinformation or fake news can damage your reputation too. Find out how Digital Risk Protection can help.
In the UK alone, consumers lost an estimated £2.3bn to online fraud scams last year. It’s a big problem and a growing one for small and medium-sized businesses that are also at risk. In this session, we examine how online fraud is evolving and look at what organisations can do to combat it with Amber Burridge – Head of Fraud Intelligence at Cifas.