Download this white-paper to better understand DRP and:
- The 4 categories of digital threats
- The impacts of each type across organizations
- Techniques to detect and remediate threats
For most organizations, digital engagement means business. Today’s institutions invest in digital platforms to engage with customers and ease support. However, cybercriminals also recognize the value of digital platforms and exploit this new and expanding attack surface, deploying spoofed domains, bogus social media accounts, and fraudulent mobile applications to engage with the same customers.
These attacks are facilitated by a no-cost social landscape, low technical barriers, ease of target acquisition and payload delivery, and broad access to potential victims through these platforms. Leading industry analyst firms and security-conscious enterprises have recognized the seriousness of these risks and now view “Digital Risk Protection (DRP)” as a key element of information security and cyber risk management.