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"It provides the broadest protection covering websites, marketplace, advertising, and social media, which includes Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. They also offer mobile application monitoring and enforcement not only in the Google Play store but also in the Apple store. They can monitor and enforce the distribution of mobile applications, any kind of app website such as Android apk.com, and a lot of other custom stuff. To be able to customize and specify the platforms that need to be monitored and enforced is something that our clients find most valuable."

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"As a threat intelligence tool, it's very helpful."

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"It is in the early stage of innovation, but it has been developing constantly in a major fashion. The room for improvements for this kind of solution is basically in terms of mapping between multiple resources. For example, if a fraudster or scammer is using Instagram to track potential customers of an organization, he might also use fraudulent resources of a website, mobile application, or instant messenger as a part of an elaborate scheme. Group-IB is working on mapping such related fraud resources so that they can see the whole pattern and then track the fraudster or scammer conducting the scheme. They could also improve the Risk Scoring Engine. Whenever any resource comes up in the monitoring section, there is an engine to score whether it is a high risk, low risk, or no risk, or whether it is legal for the customer. This part could be improved because different channels require different mechanisms for scoring the risk. On the website, it can score a risk easily, but for social media and instant messenger, some things need to be adjusted. It is not similar to monitoring a website."

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"The solution would benefit from introducing automation."

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"At the moment, its pricing is very reasonable for the whole work that Group-IB is doing for the banks. We can easily calculate the return on investment based on that pricing because the number of resources that need to be taken down would reach up to thousands within months. Its pricing is very reasonable for this kind of work. There is no hidden fee. It is subscription-based. There are different packages that are based on a limited or unlimited number of takedowns. It is very simple with no hidden fees."

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Top Answer: It provides the broadest protection covering websites, marketplace, advertising, and social media, which includes Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. They also offer mobile application monitoring and… more »
Top Answer: At the moment, its pricing is very reasonable for the whole work that Group-IB is doing for the banks. We can easily calculate the return on investment based on that pricing because the number of… more »
Top Answer: It is in the early stage of innovation, but it has been developing constantly and rapidly. The room for improvements for this kind of solution is basically in terms of mapping between multiple… more »
Top Answer: As a threat intelligence tool, it's very helpful.
Top Answer: The pricing is quite high compared to other intelligence tools. The licensing is based on the user and also the amount of usage. It's expensive in terms of what you can get. You need to be a very… more »
Top Answer: The product is too big. The vast majority of data you have. You can run queries and you can get more data than you probably want, and you have to take a deep dive a lot of the time. The solution would… more »
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Overview

Artificial intelligence that manages your risk exposure The Digital Risk Protection platform uses advanced technologies to detect any illegitimate use of your logos, trademarks, content, and design layouts across the digital surface.

Recorded Future arms security teams with threat intelligence powered by patented machine learning to lower risk. Our technology automatically collects and analyzes information from an unrivaled breadth of sources and provides invaluable context that’s delivered in real time and packaged for human analysis or instant integration with existing security technology.
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Fujitsu, Regions, SITA, St. Jude Medical, Accenture, T-Mobile, TIAA, Intel Security, Armor, Alert Logic, NTT, Splunk
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Computer Software Company27%
Comms Service Provider17%
Financial Services Firm10%
Government6%

Group-IB Digital Risk Protection is ranked 5th in Digital Risk Protection with 1 review while Recorded Future is ranked 1st in Digital Risk Protection with 1 review. Group-IB Digital Risk Protection is rated 9.0, while Recorded Future is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of Group-IB Digital Risk Protection writes "Broad protection, good stability, fast support, and reasonable pricing". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Recorded Future writes "Great dashboard, pretty stable, and good at threat intelligence gathering". Group-IB Digital Risk Protection is most compared with , whereas Recorded Future is most compared with Digital Shadows, ZeroFOX, IntSights, ThreatConnect Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) and SecurityScorecard.

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