Digital Risk Management with X-Vigil
Backed by 5 years of extensive research and development, CloudSEK’s ‘X-Vigil’ is a SaaS-based easy-to-use platform. The X-Vigil dashboard provides specific, actionable and timely warnings that help you intervene and take swift action, thus preventing costly breaches and losses.
Leveraging Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Combat Threats
X-Vigil’s dark web and infrastructure risk monitoring system defends against malicious threats in the following phases:
X-Vigil Secures Your Business Across Threat Types
X-Vigil scours the dark web, deep web, surface web and social media and finds out if a third-party is having a conversation about you with malicious intent. CloudSEK’s cutting-edge classifiers help ensure that you get the most relevant and actionable intelligence of the potential threats and proactively deliver alerts.
X-Vigil detects and alerts about any leaked sensitive information such as credit card leaks, source code leaks, employee information leaks, etc. from various online services that could affect your business.
CloudSEK’s intelligent system will detect any attempts to impersonate your website, your brand & trademarks using similar-looking domains. It also alerts you against any attempts to phish your valued customers.
X-Vigil Monitors your Brand
Identify rogue apps in popular/third-party application stores.
CloudSEK’s intelligent system will detect any attempts to impersonate your website, your brand & trademarks using similar-looking domains.
CloudSEK’s intelligent system will alert you against any fake pages that are often used for Reverse-vishing.
X-Vigil reveals your security posture
CloudSEK’s automated cloud monitors will scan all your Internet-exposed infrastructures and flag out critical security issues. Any misconfigured subdomains and IP address are monitored closely for possible data leakage.
THIRD PARTY INTERFACES
X-Vigil monitors the different vendors and integrations used by you and alerts in case of potential threats.
Static and Dynamic scans are run to detect certain low hanging security vulnerabilities in Internet-facing assets.