Monitoring deep, dark and surface web to detect exposure of your sensitive data, secret projects and initiatives, privileged users, critical systems, IT infrastructure, and more.
Monitoring and alerting of third party data breaches impacting your employees’ emails, usernames, and personally identifiable information.
Assess the risk footprint and security posture of key business relationships to get a handle on external risk introduced through your extended attack surface.

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Digital risk monitoring of key personnel with telemetry and risk metrics. VIPRecon provides broad coverage of social media, deep and dark web, as well as physical threat assessments.
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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Monitoring for threats to elections, VIPs, and more on social media to proactively prevent or mitigate digital risk.
Actively researching and monitoring threats from vendors or third-party companies that can affect organizational security.
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 threats 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.
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Social Media Monitoring

Your attack surface isn't really yours.

 

Social media is out of your control - and it’s being used against you.

Impersonations, malware, and credential theft are just the start of your problems. Hijacked and bot accounts can use disinformation and activism to attack your brand. Threat actors constantly target leaders and companies with acts of violence or verbal abuse on social media.

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Out of Control

Threat actors can bypass security controls.

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Connected

Users connect to bots fake profiles.

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Shadow Attack Surface

Social media gives attackers an opening to every user.

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In the Circle of Trust: Social Media Phishing

Phishing in social media is the same trick as email phishing, just in a new venue. Compromised or fake accounts send out DMs, InMails, and posts offering what appears to be valuable information or “can’t miss” deals. Because the message or post comes from an apparently authentic source, the phishing attempt has a higher chance of succeeding.

This isn’t new. Scammers are using this tactic more now to broaden the net and target specific executives or employees.

You need to monitor your brand, executives, and the dark web where social media credentials are being bought and sold. Awareness is the key to preventing a phishing attack or falling victim to one.

That's Not Me!

It is easier than you think to impersonate brands and executives. Social media companies may or may not be quick to respond to fake accounts. Most companies will investigate once notified, but do not typically verify new users. You need diligent monitoring to know when your brand is being abused. From there, you can depend on GroupSense to act. We know exactly what is needed and we’re highly efficient in getting the malicious material removed.

Disinformation Campaigns in Elections

A disinformation campaign could change the outcome of an election in favor of the party or parties responsible. Russian election interference in 2016 is one of the more recognizable disinformation campaigns. It successfully manipulated contrasting ideologies, took advantage of current events to synergize discourse, and caused residual side effects that can be targeted in future operations.

How does Disinformation Work?

In 2016, threat actors using huge bot networks spread disinformation on a national level through social media. They set up fake social media accounts to disrupt the elections on a mass scale and may even have had the full support of a foreign government.

Disinformation posts can be shared by thousands of other fake accounts or bots to reach a massive audience. If the posts influence just a handful of voters, the mission of affecting the elections negatively is accomplished. Disinformation posts aren’t limited to spreading lies on Election Day, they happen before, during and after the elections, too. Just as political campaigns attempt to sway you to vote for their candidate, threat actors do the same.

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Case Study: Social Media

An Anonymous subgroup targeted an executive’s family member through social media, which led to a doxing campaign against the executive himself.

GroupSense Results:

  • Real-time collection of paste sites and dark web forums allowed for visibility into the unfolding campaign.
  • GroupSense immediately notified the customer and proactively provided campaign updates and intel on new exposures.

Success: Reset executive’s accounts and assisted in identity protection for the executive and family.

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Gain a Third Eye.

Trust GroupSense to keep an eye on your accounts.

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