Attackers impersonate third-party domains and accounts for use in social engineering attacks. Security teams have limited to no visibility of these suspicious domains and accounts. Third-party sensitive data exposure could be leveraged in an attack. Without proper data protection controls, third parties can become unwitting participants in breaches targeting their customers’ personally identifiable information (PII). Contractors, partners, and vendors who have even a small level of access can use that to gain further, and unauthorized access to be able to breach the data and network.
How Picnic helps your team
Understand and remediate new and existing risks (e.g., Procurement, Accounts Payables, etc.). Automated, continuous monitoring of third-party sensitive data exposure and suspicious domains and accounts.
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Move beyond the corporate perimeter to reduce human risk and proactively safeguard against cyber threats.