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Release date- 13122013 -
Eleven Paths, the Telefonica Digital company created to innovate in the design of security products and directed by
At a time of widespread proliferation of online services requiring the creation of multiple digital identities - whether to access email or social networks, make purchases or use online banking services - it is increasingly necessary for users to adopt additional security measures to protect themselves from possible identity theft and online attacks.
Latch is a smartphone application which lets consumers manage when and which of their online services are available. The user can turn their online services, from social networks to online banking, on or off via the app. If turned off no one can access that service even if they have the log in details. The application sends an alert every time it detects that someone is trying to access one of the services that has been disconnected through Latch. In this way, by reducing the exposure time of these services, the risk of their fraudulent use is also reduced.
The service is now available for iOS, Android and Windows Phone. Users should visit Latch.Elevenpaths.com to register and then download the application from an app store. Once the application is installed, the user can match it with those services that are integrated into Latch. At present, Latch is integrated with various internal services of the
'Latch offers companies considerable advantages. By integrating the application into their security systems, they will offer their users the possibility of rapidly and simply increasing the security of their digital identities. And all of this thanks to a technology designed to be easily integrated ', explained
Cyber-security intelligence 24 hours a day
Within the family of cyber-security services,
It is a detection and analysis service whose main value lies in digital intelligence. A team of experts in hacking, fraud, criminology and online communities works by scanning a large volume of information from public sources, internal networks under authorized use and underground sites. The information is analysed in order to be able to carry out early detection, helping the client to anticipate possible threats and take control of its security. The service focuses on two main areas:
Reputation and protection of the brand from unauthorised use, usurpation of domains, offensive contents, falsification and abuse of digital identities.
Disruption of business due to leaks of information, activism, online hacktivism, DDoS attacks, breaching of security mechanisms and theft of credentials.
In addition, the service is complemented with the anti-fraud service which permits the detection and mitigation of phishing, pharming, malware, carding and mobile malware attacks.
In addition to its own resources in its Security Operations Centres,
Faast and the Metashield Protector family of products
Two new products developed by Eleven Paths also expand
Metashield Protector, for its part, offers a series of security solutions so that organisations can eliminate the metadata associated with the documents in different environments such as web servers, sharepoint services, file servers, etc., preventing the leakage of sensitive information.
With this new offer,
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