San Francisco, CA: June 21, 2016 – Today, MarkMonitor®, the world leader in enterprise brand protection and a part of the Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters, announced a strategic partnership with CYREN, a leading provider of cloud-based security solutions. The partnership will further advance our fraud detection capabilities by improving visibility into phishing and other malicious attacks on a global scale by incorporating CYREN technology into the company’s anti-fraud services.
MarkMonitor AntiFraud™ is the most comprehensive solution available for protecting an enterprise’s reputation and customers against phishing and malware attacks. Leveraging the most extensive network of industry alliances, which now includes CYREN Phishing Intelligence, MarkMonitor AntiFraud emphasizes prevention and loss mitigation while quickly detecting, monitoring and responding to attacks underway.
"Cybercriminals are increasing their attacks in both quantity and sophistication. With a brand’s revenue and reputation on the line, MarkMonitor is relentlessly working to provide our clients with peace of mind,” said Noam Livnat, Senior Director of Product Management for MarkMonitor AntiFraud. “CYREN Phishing Intelligence offers unique insight and protection against today’s threats. Their long proven and consistent track record in detecting new threats in real time further positions us as the leading provider of comprehensive protection against phishing and malware attacks available anywhere."
CYREN Phishing Intelligence contains data on global phishing campaigns through the analysis of billions of security transactions each day. Extracting suspicious URLs from the billions of transactions processed each day, the CYREN Security Lab provides an unparalleled view into global phishing attacks in near real time. By partnering with CYREN, MarkMonitor is uniquely positioned to provide its customers with superior phishing protection against hijacked websites, zero-day phishing attacks and fake URLs masquerading as legitimate websites.
"We are excited to partner with MarkMonitor to provide our clients with unsurpassed insight into global phishing attacks,” said Tomer Egozi, VP of Sales at Cyren. “Specifically designed to enable our partners to deliver the earliest possible protection against cyber threats, our global threat intelligence cloud sets us apart from the rest of the industry and enables us to deliver the highest levels of security."
For more information on MarkMonitor AntiFraud visit: https://www.markmonitor.com/services/antifraud.php
MarkMonitor, the world leader in enterprise brand protection and a Thomson Reuters Intellectual Property & Science business, uses a SaaS delivery model to provide advanced technology and expertise that protects the revenues and reputations of the world's leading brands. In the digital world, brands face new risks due to the web's anonymity, global reach and shifting consumption patterns for digital content, goods and services. Customers choose MarkMonitor for its unique combination of industry-leading expertise, advanced technology and extensive industry relationships to preserve their marketing investments, revenues and customer trust. Learn more at www.markmonitor.com.
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CYREN (NASDAQ and TASE: CYRN) protects more than 600 million users against cyber attacks and data breaches through its cloud-based web, email, mobile and endpoint security solutions. Relied upon by many of the world’s largest technology companies such as Dell, Google, McAfee and Microsoft, CYREN offers enterprise-focused security as a service (SecaaS) solutions as well as embedded solutions for software and security providers. CYREN’s global cloud security platform processes more than 17 billion daily transactions and uses innovative zero-day protection technology to proactively block over 130 million threats each day. Learn more at www.cyren.com.
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MarkMonitor, the leading enterprise brand protection solution and a Clarivate Analytics flagship brand, provides advanced technology and expertise that protects the revenues and reputations of the world's leading brands. In the digital world, brands face new risks due to the Web's anonymity, global reach and shifting consumption patterns for digital content, goods and services. Customers choose MarkMonitor for its unique combination of advanced technology, comprehensive protection and extensive industry relationships to address their brand infringement risks and preserve their marketing investments, revenues and customer trust. For more information, visit www.markmonitor.com.
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