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Securing the enterprise digital footprint

Elias Manousos, CEO, RiskIQ | Aug. 25, 2015
You need to continuously discover unknown digital assets, maintain an inventory of these assets, monitor for threats and engage to remediate risks as they appear

* Enforcement. To automate remediation of threats discovered in the digital footprint, a full-featured API can integrate into existing workflows to initiate takedown requests and block infected sites or malicious ads.

DocuSign, which operates the most widely used Digital Transaction Management platform and eSignature solution in the world, is a good example of DIME in action. More than 100,000 customers and 50 million users in 188 countries use DocuSign. Protecting its digital footprint, including mobile apps which are used extensively in financial services, insurance, healthcare, life sciences, real estate, technology, communications, higher education, government, etc., is key to is success.

DocuSign has deployed DIME to detect rogue web and mobile apps made available by unknown third parties as well as partner mobile apps with improper branding or unapproved functionalities. Using API integration—DocuSign is able to automate takedown requests, freeing up technical overhead for its security team.

The enterprise digital footprint, which continues to grow and expand unabated, represents a largely undefended target for planting outward facing attacks. New technologies that provide D.I.M.E at Internet-scale can provide the visibility enterprises need to police their digital infrastructure, keep it secure and ultimately protect their brand reputation.


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