Our 24x7 comprehensive monitoring of the Digital Underground can help you transform your information security and anti-fraud operations from reactive to proactive. We track cybercriminals and fraudsters wherever they operate to proactively identify and eliminate emerging threats and imminent attacks — before they rear their ugly heads.
E-crime prevention through 24x7 monitoring of the digital underground.
Fast, scalable implementation on-premises and in the cloud.
Highly actionable e-Crime Intelligence with immediate reduction of fraud-related losses and security breaches.
"This is the next generation of the next generation of threat intelligence."
-CISO, Fortune 100 company
A large bank lacked visibility into targeted malware campaigns and was suffering increasing losses related to customer account takeovers.
Q6 detected a sophisticated malware campaign targeting customers of a large global bank. The cybercriminal ring planned to take over and cash out hundreds of victim accounts. Q6 provided the bank with many of the compromised victim accounts ahead of the cash-out, as well as intelligence regarding the operation and the cybercriminal ring. The bank took immediate steps to protect these customer accounts and track the activities of the threat actors.
The bank implemented enhanced anti-fraud controls to defeat similar schemes going forward. The solution prevented over one million dollars in fraud losses.
A regional bank in the USA had been experiencing significant increases in debit card fraud losses and engaged Q6 to help.
Q6’s E-Crime Intelligence platform discovered large amounts of the bank’s compromised payment cards trading on numerous criminal Dark Web marketplaces as well as “best practice” guides for cashing out the bank’s cards shared on prominent Dark Web communities.
Q6’s ongoing monitoring enabled the bank to proactively identify and flag compromised accounts ahead of fraud and to implement additional anti- fraud controls to block the fraudsters’ schemes. This ultimately reduced debit card fraud losses by more than 30%.
A large hospitality company did not have visibility into breaches at their franchised and corporate- owned properties.
Q6 detected a network intrusion of a leading hospitality company including a breach of sensitive corporate and client data. Q6 immediately alerted the company, which quickly initiated its incident response protocol. The company quickly contained the incident and limited the damage.
By monitoring a large-scale malware operation run by a sophisticated cybercriminal organization, a major incident was averted.
An E-Commerce company could not monitor in real- time its exposure to third and fourth party vendors.
While monitoring foreign language, invitation-only hacking forums on the Dark Web, Q6 detected “chatter” regarding a breach of a company providing services to the E-Commerce industry. Q6 alerted its client, a large E-Commerce company, about its potential exposure resulting from the breach of a key vendor.
The company immediately took steps to mitigate its exposure. A major incident was averted.