Corporate Reputation Protection

Proactively Detect Illicit Files and Associated Abusive File Activity

CyberMerlin identifies illicit files that create compliance breaches and damage corporate image and reputation. Our proprietary database includes unique, digital signatures of problematic files that are not commonly researched and provided by competitors (i.e. documents, carrier files, executables, PDFs, DLLs, web source code, and multimedia files including images and video digital values of pornography and child pornography).

The Problem

Employees unintentionally introduce malicious code into enterprise networks via BYOD and portable devices. Additionally, cyber criminals seek to exploit the system, frequently store abusive content and illicit files on organizational networks. Typically after an incident has occurred, this previously undetected abusive and illicit content is the root cause of corporations frequently suffering reputation damage, public embarrassment, and significant remedial costs. CyberMerlin’s proprietary databases provide capability to identify files typically undetected by existing anti-virus solutions, malware analyzers, and content filters, including the detection of abusive files and associated illicit file activity. CyberMerlin locates files proactively, reducing liability and allowing enterprises to mitigate the associated issues of abusive and illicit content internally — without becoming headline news.

Your Solution

CyberMerlin’s key differentiation is the incorporation of unique digital signatures that are not common to capability provided by existing safeguards and countermeasures. These unique signatures include fuzzy hashes of polymorphic malicious code, offensive and derogatory images and other inappropriate content. By using proprietary hash values, CyberMerlin locates malicious or illicit files even if they have been modified (i.e. file name, size, hue, contrast, and dimensions). CyberMerlin then issues an alert and a forensic report to the system administrator, CISO, or similar designated point of contact.