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Can Security Analytics Combat Digital Fraud with IP and Domain Name Monitoring?

For several years, digital security relied on a simple strategy – gain insight from past events, learn from them, and base security protection accordingly. more

4 Challenges in Digital Rights Management to Reflect On

Digital rights management (DRM) is undoubtedly a hot topic in today's connected environment. As over-the-top (OTT) media distribution channels fortify month after month, so do the risks that come with their use. Data theft, billion-dollar revenue losses, and compliance issues are just a few of these risks. As the year draws to a close, let's examine the persistent challenges in the DRM space and how IP geolocation can help in some cases. more

Do IP Geolocation Data Improve User Access Management (UAM)?

Some organizations have specific policies that limit employee access to information. However, not all have sophisticated security solutions in place to protect against unauthorized access, especially amid cyber attacks that occur left and right. more

IP Geolocation: Improving Data Loss Prevention in Virtual Environments through Geofencing

Each day, threat actors search for targets whose assets they can compromise for personal gain. Their attacks often use exploit kits that can find gaps in networks that they use to infiltrate and compromise vulnerable systems and applications. more

Can IP Geolocation Contribute to Detecting Online Credit Card Fraud?

The problem of credit card fraud is not set to be resolved anytime soon. On the one hand, detecting and preventing the artifice is one of the most challenging aspects of e-commerce. more

Is Blocking via IP Geolocation the Answer to Preventing DDoS Attacks?

If there's anything we learned about the threat landscape, it's that none of us are safe from malicious actors. Becoming a victim is not a matter of "if" but "when." Enterprises are now aware that the thought of being "too big to fail" is no longer applicable. more

How IP Netblocks Data Can Enrich SIEM Software

There's no denying the fact that many enterprises worldwide use security information and event management (SIEM) software. These products collect, analyze, and create reports on cybersecurity data from the range of systems an organization uses. Some SIEM programs are even capable of stopping attacks in progress as soon as these are detected. more

Domain & IP Intelligence: An Advantage to Managed Detection and Response

Outsourcing may not always have had the best connotation. In the context of cybersecurity, however, the activity is a vital one and often even the only real alternative for many small- and medium-sized organizations. more

IP Geolocation: How to Locate and Stop Phishing Threats

The web has made the world a smaller place by reducing the relevance of location. How so? Anyone, no matter where they are, can now reach out to anyone else with useful information ranging from breaking news events to commercial proposals. more

Why Your Company Needs to Use Cybersecure IP Geolocation APIs

All entrepreneurs typically have a single goal in mind - ensuring their company's success -- and that means reaching and getting as many customers as possible. Nowadays, that translates to taking advantage of the data that GPS-enabled devices provides. more