CT6.® Cybercrime Defense Platform
Prevention That Defeats Cybercrime
Cybercrime losses will reach $10 trillion by 2025, increasing by $1 trillion each year.
Cybersecurity alone cannot stop sophisticated cybercriminals before they strike. Without Cybercrime Prevention assessment methods and technology, which investigate the Human Factor, you will repeat cycles of damage control.
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Criminals Must Be Stopped Before They Attack
To stop ransomware, malware, credential attacks, phishing, theft, fraud, sabotage, and more. Introducing the first patented Cybercrime Prevention Platform Illuminate™ Digital Defense.
The CT6® Team – The CT6 Cybercrime Defenders – invented Illuminate™, and built its Cybercrime Defense Platform based on the new technology, to expose risk long before attacks devastate organizations.
The Cybercrime Defense Platform
The Illuminate™ engine drives the Cybercrime Prevention tools the CT6® team built.
This toolkit is the CT6® Cybercrime Defense Platform.
Who needs Cybercrime Prevention?
- Anyone with remote workers;
Any environment with BYOD;
Any environment without Corporate Credit Cards;
Any business whose insurer has changed cyber crime and risk prevention requirements for insurance and breach claims;
Any environment with critical supply chains;
Vertical Industries actively targeted by cybercriminals–financial services, health care, critical infrastructure;
- Organizations dealing with cryptocurrencies.
Cybersecurity protects your network.
Cybercrime Prevention protects your business.
What invites targeted attacks?
- Remote workers,
- BYOD–phones, laptops
- Executive vulnerability
- Insufficient access control
- 3rd Party Partners
- Supply Chains
If you have any of the above, you need Cybercrime Prevention, not just cybersecurity.
How Does CT6® Stop Cybercrime?
Identifies illegal access to your business before a crime is committed;
Identifies targeted remote employees;
Identifies weak links in supply chain;
Identifies risks that employee and vendors present;
Identifies theft and denial of service risk in critical infrastructure;
Enables true due diligence for insurance policies;
- Identifies and prevents cryptocurrency crimes.
The CT6 Defenders Know Criminal and Victim Behavior
Addressing the human factor is both most elusive and most important in defeating cybercrime.
Compromised Employees = a Compromised Company.
Step 1 is Illuminating the hidden clues, correlating them, and assessing the risks. It is always the staff’s PII data that is used to gain access, impersonate, steal, commit fraud, hold organizations for ransom.