Detect the domain threats that undermine your brand’s credibility
Fraudulent domains provide the basis for a broad range of online attacks
Cyber criminals register millions of spoofed domains each year to carry out wire fraud, launch phishing attacks, send BEC emails, and stage ransomware attacks.
Domain spoofing is an appealing attack method, as anyone can register domains quickly and easily. Threat actors use social engineering to imitate trusted brands and convince people that domains are legitimate.
Detecting the fraudulent domains targeting your brand enables the mitigation of several types of online threats.
Find the Fake Domains Impersonating Your Brand
Left to their own devices, scammers use false association to create websites with your corporate branding.
These sites diminishing a brand’s value by redirecting customers to phishing scams, sending traffic to your competitors, or selling counterfeit versions of your products.
Guard Against Persuasive BEC Attacks
Fake domains are also used in Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks, convincing unsuspecting recipients to carry out fraud by engaging with socially engineered emails.
Using executive impersonation, a sense of urgency, atypical requests, and no telltale attachments or links, BEC emails are both plausible and challenging to recognize.
Take Down Attacker Infrastructure
PhishLabs continuously monitors the digital landscape to provide comprehensive visibility into the domain threats that attempt to undermine your brand’s credibility.
Digital Risk Protection for domains identifies fraudulent websites, removes active threats, and dismantles threat campaign infrastructure to prevent multiple types of attacks and protect your reputation.