ExecutivePrivacy CS significantly strengthens your cybersecurity defenses while providing peace of mind to your executive team
Thwarts social engineering
We remove names, birthdates, addresses, phone numbers and other personal details commonly used to guess the answers to security questions or customize spear-phishing attacks. We also make you aware of potential social engineering approaches attackers might attempt.
Reduces physical threats
ExecutivePrivacy clients appreciate knowing that we remove their physical addresses from online records, making it that much harder for stalkers or disgruntled individuals to find them at home.
Protects personal IT
Can you be sure your executives don’t use the same passwords for personal and work email? That they never do business from personal devices? ExecutivePrivacy protects at the level of the individual, defending you against security vulnerabilities that start with personal IT.
Online privacy: the missing link in your cybersecurity strategy
ExecutivePrivacy for Cybersecurity complements your existing system hardening and user behavior training to safeguard against social engineering threats.
A typical ExecutivePrivacy audit uncovers over 300 elements of personal information per person scattered across the publicly accessible Internet.
$2.3 billion was stolen from businesses in 2016 via social engineering
84% of IT executives have seen a spear-phishing attack penetrate their company security
68% of funds lost through cyber attacks are declared unrecoverable
33% of Fortune 500 executives have fallen for spear-phishing attacks
Regular privacy scans locate new threats and flag them for suppression
Personal data about key personnel purged from online data brokers
Personalized privacy reporting provided to protected individuals
Optionally, privacy insights provided to your security and IT teams
Access to a privacy concierge for any questions, concerns or custom requests
ExecutivePrivacy cuts off many of these information sources, making your systems much more secure.
Sample search: how hackers bypass security questions
|Mother’s maiden name||Greenberg||People search sites|
|Father’s middle name||Christopher||People search sites|
|City of birth||San Francisco|
|High school attended||Galileo HS||Classmate finder sites|
|Year graduated high school||1990||Classmate finder sites|
|High school mascot||Lions||Web search|
|College attended||Columbia University|
|Year graduated college||1994|
|City where married||Menlo Park||People search sites|
|Address history||55 Bryant St, Palo Alto, CA|
1163 Fulton St, Palo Alto, CA
33 E Villanova Dr, Claremont, CA
|People search sites|