Cyber security management for intellectual property assets:
Malicious attacks of domain names are on the rise globally.
Domain Names are often victims of these latest digital breaches, being fraud, where criminals deceive the registrants which as a result can affect both consumers, and for companies, their employees. Breaches and such frauds are achieved by imitating the company’s name or its trademarks.
Information Security Training
Ensuring staff in an organisation are trained in an up- to-date Information Security programme annually to be aware of the latest risks to an organisation in regard to managing critical and sensitive information
Customer Compliance & Communications
Ensuring clients are kept in the loop in regard to understanding and knowing for “how to fix or escalate” an issue or incident. In this way we can ensure they are advised in becoming aware of what to look out for on a regular basis. This could be achieved in regular communications or reminders of security risk awareness.
Unfortunately, these kinds of actions are rarely implemented. Therefore, the risk to the domain name and trademarks can create a cost in one or more of the five company critical value areas:
– Reputational damage or loss
– Financial damage or loss
– Customer damage or loss
– Contract or franchise damage or loss
– Regulatory damage or loss
This is especially the case when a domain name does not redirect to any actual website and where it seems never used.
Companies, service providers, suppliers, customers or employees can become subject to fraud through a domain name that may already exist. In such situations, the liability of the company and its managers could be engaged in serious lawsuits of damage, by consumers, employees, shareholders and/or ultimately by regulatory authorities.
Information security compliance
ISO27001 and ISO/IEC 27001/2 and NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology – US guidance, now global risk methodology leverage 2020).
ISO27001 and ISO/IEC 27002 in line with the latest cyber security framework called NIST are the global codes of practice for information security controls. They provide guidance for organisations in managing critical and sensitive information to ensure three specific ingredients are maintained through the digital environment for an organisation’s customers and employees:
– Integrity and
Here at Dreyfus we have lawyers and consultants specialising in Cyber Security Compliance available to help your organisation determine what the risks are and what actions you can take to protect your Intellectual Property, your company, your shareholders and your clients.
If you would like to know more about how we could strengthen your organisation to be more Cyber Security compliant with your Intellectual Property needs, please do not hesitate to contact us: email@example.com