Article category: Domain security

Domain typosquatting: best practices for brand protection

by Daniel - 19.04.2018

Domain typosquatting is in the news again with a recent report that .CM typosquatted sites have received 12 million visits just this year alone! Are you familiar with the basic brand protection strategies that will keep both your customers and brand reputation safe from typosquatting-related threats? Forewarned is forearmed. 

How to mitigate the risk of cyber attack in 5 quick steps

by Daniel - 08.08.2017

Identifying cyber attacks and mitigating their risks is simply a fact of life now. And while there are no silver bullets to fend off an attack, there are certain steps you can – and should – take to make sure an attack’s outcome isn’t catastrophic. Anticipating risks today will only help protect your online identity in the future.   

Website credibility checker: are you scaring off visitors?

by Daniel - 31.10.2016

With Halloween upon us, our thoughts turn to ghouls and goblins. Vampires, witches, ghosts: which frightens you the most?  We know what scares your customers - those monsters known as Untrustworthy Websites. Use our website credibility checker to see if you're scaring them off!

Online brand protection: don't be a victim of cybersquatting

by Daniel - 20.10.2016

Every business must protect its assets. And for online businesses, there is perhaps no more valuable asset than your domain name. Investing in online brand protection is one way to ensure you stay safe from online threats like cybersquatting which can cause serious damage.

Online security and password protection: hacker proof!

by Meg - 26.09.2016

Hackers attack for many reasons; political agenda, they want your domain name, they’re after your cash, they want to damage your company’s reputation. Or they're eager to find out what the FBI’s up to…

ICANN 56 Helsinki - Legal eagle Luc, reports back…

by Luc - 12.07.2016

ICANN is the organisation in charge of domain names and IP addresses. It’s a community of volunteers developing policies applicable to the domain name system. Anyone can join a working group and take part. Fancy it?

ICANN survey - Awareness of new gTLDs growing, but…

by Meg - 11.07.2016

…there’s less trust than a year ago. ICANN’s recent survey measures attitudes towards gTLDs and the domain name system. Data collected from 5,452 users in Asia, Europe, Africa, North America, and South America. It’s a bumper survey, 161 pages, so I’ve pulled out some highlights for you…