AllyRecon begins with the creation of profiles of partners, vendors, and service providers you wish to monitor, including publicly available security metrics and context-specific risk factors. You may choose to receive a point-in-time assessment or subscribe to an ongoing monitoring service.
With AllyRecon, you gain access to our expert analysts who can provide additional research and investigation, threat modeling, tailored source access, take down services, and incident response.
Your business is a vast ecosystem of partners, suppliers, subsidiaries, franchisees, and more. Much of your digital footprint resides outside of your control. AllyRecon makes it possible to proactively monitor your extended attack surface, including:
Give your development teams the ability to identify dangerous partnerships, craft secure integrations, and maximize third-party relationships.
Franchise organizations face a unique set of risk challenges. These organizations must offer open access to systems to franchisees who often have no security expertise which introduces huge risks to the business.
GroupSense helps franchise organizations use Threat Intelligence to quantify and manage this risk. We have seen cyber security for our franchise clients as a sliding scale between two models: laissez faire and complete service provider. On the low-touch end of the spectrum, the franchisor leaves security entirely up to the franchisee. On the other end, security is built into the franchising model or fees, obligating the franchisee to contract their security from the franchisor.
Franchise organizations are a vast ecosystem of loosely connected entities that are currently a ripe target for many types of attacks, fraud and brand abuse, including:
Franchisors manage a steadily growing and amorphous conglomeration of affiliated third parties. In even the best case scenarios, cyber security issues will pop up as threat actors seek vulnerable small business targets. Contact us for more details on “WHO MAKES SECURITY DECISIONS: Franchisees or Franchisors”.