Throughout the pandemic, our domain watching systems have been vigilant, carrying out a series of checks every 15 minutes for any malicious activity to ensure our clients domain names are kept safe.
The Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) has announced that .COM has been added to its Ongoing Notifications service.
Domain name monitoring scans registered brands in domain names to identify keywords that indicate brand infringement. The service helps safeguard brands from domain name abuse and other cybercrimes.
We are sharing a few essential points to consider when choosing your next domain registrar and five steps to a successful transfer of your corporate domain portfolio.
During these testing times, Com Laude offered a subset of global clients a free COVID-19 domain name search service to identify any abusive domain names involving keywords relating to the pandemic.
Discover what corporate domain name management involves and what our global team of dedicated client managers do for our clients.
Com Laude provides both of the complementary approaches to domain husbandry – like two sides of the same coin. One side being corporate domain management and the other, domain brand protection.
Homoglyphs, open a whole new world of abuse. These are characters from other scripts, which can look like Latin letters. Cyber-criminals use them to their advantage to impersonate brands and steal essential information from Internet users.
Cybersquatting is registering a domain to take commercial advantage of a trademark. Cyber-criminals get very creative when asked why they possess certain domain names in a dispute.
Bad actors are continually looking for ways to steal and abuse confidential data, and often enough it’s done by registering a domain and impersonating other businesses.
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