Focusing on the threats and risks that matter to your security processes and providing intelligence and insights to prevent or mitigate digital risk.
Taking the next step in security services, by proactively taking down phishing sites or anonymously interacting with threat actors to provide better intelligence.
Active monitoring of your brand's digital assets to protect its reputation and stop further brand abuse from targeting unsuspecting victims.

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Combining your cyber and fraud programs to effectively fight threat actors continually scamming or threatening assets within an organization.
Executives are prime targets for fraudulent activities, but with a proactive approach, any attacks or threats can be neutralized before causing any damage.
Governments, political parties and candidates must all act now to activate cyber threat intelligence services to harden their information security and get ahead of inevitable cyber threats to the election process.
Gain visibility of your digital footprint by reaching into the most active areas of the cyber underground.
Fully managed and tailored Threat Intelligence services that becomes an extension of your current security processes and provides real-time visibility on new threats.
Providing research and investigations into known threats, to save security teams time and stress during a cyber emergency.

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GroupSense offers a comprehensive package of services for assessing and responding to ransomware attacks, including negotiations with threat actors.
Actively researching and monitoring threats from vendors or third-party companies that can affect organizational security.
Monitoring for threats to elections, VIPs, and more on social media to proactively prevent or mitigate digital risk.
Attack Surface Exposure


Find pre-attack activity early to prevent irrevocable damage.

Digital Risk Protection


The name of the game is all about minimizing your attack surface and shrinking the ways cybercriminals can gain access to your network. What you don’t know CAN in fact hurt you. Monitoring your digital footprint, including SSL Certificates, and your open ports is critical in minimizing risk.

There are three certainties in life. Death. Taxes. And now, data breaches. Don’t make it easier for cybercriminals to get away with penetrating your network. Being aware of the situation reduces the amount of time threat actors have to cause harm. In a lot of cases, they are luring in the background waiting to attack when the timing is right. Finding the pre-attack activity early can prevent irrevocable damage to your organization.


Digital Risk Protection

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Your digital footprint is a unique set of traceable digital activities, actions, and communications displayed on the internet. As your organization grows, so does your digital footprint. The increasing remote workforce has intensified shadow IT and it is nearly impossible for security teams to be able to track and stay abreast of the organizational attack surface.

By using your organization’s digital footprint, cybercriminals can exploit your organization for financial gain by phishing for account access, creating false identities/accounts, and/or stealing sensitive data.
Organizational Digital Footprint Examples:
  • Servers
  • Cloud-Based Hosting Providers
  • IP Addresses/Websites
  • Email Domains
Organizations are composed of the sum of its employees, which makes the fact that 60% of internet users say they are not worried about how much information is available about them online, a scary statistic*.

Digital footprint mapping is critical because your digital presence is your largest attack vector. Out of the box anti-virus computer protection is not enough to safeguard your digital footprint from cyber criminals.


GroupSense will utilize automation from the TraceLight™ platform to identify the digital assets of an organization. TraceLight™ will continuously identify changes to an environment. GroupSense analysts can manually make changes to the attack surface with guidance from the client or through the course of service delivery.

GroupSense’s TraceLight™ technology and experienced analysts combine digital risk protection and threat intelligence to help you stay abreast of changes and vulnerabilities to your attack surface.


Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protects data from being stolen, modified, or spoofed. Nothing is ever Cyber-attacks via SSL/TLS-encrypted traffic are sadly growing in frequency.


GroupSense monitors and alerts your organization if an SSL certificate has expired, or potentially has some other issue that presents a business or cyber risk.
Examples of SSL Attacks:
  • Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) Attacks
  •  Self-Signed and Wildcard Certificates
  • Unknown, Untrusted, and Forged Certificate Authorities
  • Attacker Encrypted Communications
  • Expired SSL/TLS Certificates
Cybercriminals are designing malware specifically to steal SSL certificates. It is imperative to safeguard and monitor your SSL certificates for any that have expired or vulnerable.


Open ports are dangerous when they are exploited through vulnerabilities or malicious malware. Cybercriminals use open ports to gain unauthorized access to sensitive data.


GroupSense monitors and alerts your organization of open ports. This element notes atypical system ports that are open on a given system. Atypical or rarely used ports that are found open are raised in an advisory as a potential risk.

Closing unused ports reduces your security risk and minimizes your attack vector.


Regulations and industry standards require organizations to continuously monitor their networks and software to ensure up to date versions are being applied. Tracking Common Vulnerability and Exposures (CVEs) is a common way for organizations to track security issues and cybersecurity risks.


GroupSense Analysts report specific Common Vulnerability and Exposures (CVEs) or out of date software versions with known security issues. These are inferred from passively gathered data. The assets in question are not subjective to live, passive scanning.

Cyber criminals are waiting for organizations to fall behind in patching, software updates, and rogue applications. They’ll exploit any vulnerability to compromise your systems. Companies need to incorporate Common Vulnerability and Exposures (CVEs) monitoring as part of their cybersecurity strategy.


Digital Risk Protection

Save Time and Resources

Digital Risk Protection

Reduce Risk and Stay Ahead of Emerging Threats

Digital Risk Protection

Avoid Brand Damage and Business Loss

Digital Risk Protection

Identify Threat Actors


GroupSense detected an unsecured cloud application and database server for a client, enabling them to quickly re-secure the asset before hackers discovered it. In another instance, GroupSense detected unsecured source code and encryption keys for a client before they could be accessed and stolen. The direct and follow on effects of a breach of this magnitude would have been severe.

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Ransomware Protection

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