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Total Brand Care: Protecting the valuable investment in your brands

The battleground is shifting. In a world where online commerce is rivaling traditional routes to market, new challenges are posed for brand owners in the fight against infringers. Copycats have the ability to shield themselves behind fake identities on social media and domain names registered under false names, making it increasingly difficult to identify the

U.S. Domain Names: Stand and deliver…your domain name!

Domain name theft (or hijacking) is not a new phenomenon and in fact is a lot more common than most people realise; hence the need to take adequate security precautions in relation to email and domain name registrar accounts.  Nevertheless, most domain name thefts are carried out virtually and thus peaceably, by hacking into the

Business critical and valuable domain names – French government stresses importance of Registry lock

The French National Cybersecurity Agency (ANSSI – Agence Nationale de la Sécurité des Systèmes d’Information) has recently launched an information campaign to heighten public awareness about the dangers of attacks on domain names and the importance of activating the Registry Lock on all sensitive domain names. Domain name holders are generally aware that they can