ZeroFox Gears Up for InfoSecurity Europe, Delivering 300% Year-on-Year Increase in Malicious Domain Takedowns and Fraudulent Web Activity for European Customers

ZeroFox, Inc.

ZeroFox, Inc.

The company will be exhibiting at InfoSecurity Europe, booth D85, showcasing leading third-party cybersecurity solutions and threat intelligence innovations.

WASHINGTON, June 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSLETTER) — ZeroFox, a leading third-party cybersecurity provider, today announced plans to exhibit at InfoSecurity Europe from June 21-23 in London. Visit Booth D85 where ZeroFox will showcase enhanced threat intelligence features, including intelligence-search tools for security analysts, robust intelligence feeds, and advances in AI facial matching algorithms.

Over the past 12 months, ZeroFox has seen a remarkable increase in alert activity for European customers. Domain-based threats in particular are on the rise, with ZeroFox seeing a significant increase in domain security alerts targeting European customers between Q1 2022 and Q1 2021. ZeroFox protects European organizations active in the financial services, retail, media and entertainment industries and outside of threats, including forged domains, impersonations, fraud and brand abuse. ZeroFox’s AI-led platform provides global intelligence across the surface, deep and dark web, not only alerting customers to potential threats, but going one step further to eliminate those threats and disrupt adversaries on behalf of customers.

In the first quarter of 2022, ZeroFox drove a 320% year-over-year increase in malicious domain removals and fraudulent web activity for European customers. The largest increase in accepted takedowns involved domain-based threats and malicious activity on the Internet. These removal rates are in line with the increase in threat activity observed by ZeroFox targeting European organizations outside the corporate perimeter.

At InfoSecurity Europe this week, ZeroFox will showcase several product enhancements, including many that have enabled this increase in accepted takedowns for current customers and expanded the company’s existing threat intelligence offerings. Enhancements on display at booth D85 include:

  • Opponent Disruption: Check out the enhanced Disruption dashboard in the ZeroFox Platform and learn about the 300+ YoY increase in accepted takedowns delivered to existing European customers in the first quarter.

  • Search intelligence: Tap into the vast threat indicator data lake of millions of data points and search datasets spanning botnets, exploits, vulnerabilities, domains, ransomware, and other dark web resources.

  • Filing tool: Quickly and securely submit new RFIs directly to the ZeroFox Platform and access on-demand intelligence analysts for investigations, assessments, and other intelligence.

  • Intelligence feeds: Seamlessly integrate ZeroFox threat data and prioritize remediation efforts for fraud, identity, network, and dark web underground intelligence.

  • Physical Safety Information Boundary Mapping: Protect executives and locations with enhanced situational awareness of physical security incidents within a specific geographic location.

ZeroFox is excited to be back in person at InfoSecurity Europe to showcase these and more product innovations. If you are attending the event, stop by booth D85 for more information. For media inquiries regarding ZeroFox and its presence at InfoSecurity Europe, or to schedule meetings during the event, please email [email protected]

About ZeroFox
ZeroFox, a leader in external cybersecurity, provides enterprises external threat intelligence and protection to disrupt threats to brands, people, assets and data on the public attack surface in a single platform. With global coverage across the surface, deep and dark web, and an artificial intelligence-based analytics engine, the ZeroFox platform identifies and remediates targeted phishing attacks, credentials compromise, data exfiltration, brand hijacking, executive and location threats, and more. The proprietary ZeroFox Platform technology processes and protects millions of posts, messages and accounts every day across the social and digital landscape, including LinkedIn, Facebook, Slack, Instagram, Pastebin, YouTube, mobile app stores, domains, cloud-based email and more. ZeroFox and the ZeroFox logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of ZeroFox, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries in the US and other countries. Said third-party trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Visit for more information.

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