Keystroke Encryption Software for your Business

PrivacyIQ

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Desktop and Mobile Security

The Missing Link in Endpoint Security

Studies now show that over 90% of enterprise breaches begin with a successful phishing attack to an endpoint. This is frequently followed by the installation of spyware, specifically a keylogger. Keyloggers are one of the most common, yet dangerous components of malware and are used to gain access credentials needed to advance a breach. In fact, keyloggers were at the helm of some of the biggest breaches of our time including large retailers, banks, and health organizations. 

The only solution to STOP zero-day keyloggers
Perimeter and Network security fail to completely lock down the endpoint as "zero day" keyloggers (those not yet discovered and catalogued by antivirus) continue to make their way into organizations.  In addition, may keyloggers are polymorphic, meaning they can change form to evade antivirus and go on undetected for months and sometimes years. PrivacyIQ Keystroke Encryption eliminates the ability of a keylogger to capture keystrokes on your device, even those which are "zero-day and polymorphic.

PrivacyIQ is sold as a stand-alone product to the enterprise to protect all endpoints including BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). In addition, PrivacyIQ is bundled with our IdentityIQ Identity Theft Protection Plan which is sold to organizations as an Employee Benefit Plan, or Higher Education for their Students. 

Paying Customer
PrivacyIQ Keystroke Encryption for merchants
 
Protect your valuable customer data  and business assets from account takeover

Stop Merchant Theft
where it often begins

Small businesses are targeted by cybercriminals because they possess a wealth of cardholder information and are much less likely than larger businesses too have the necessary security features in place to combat cyber theft. PrivacyIQ protects all sensitive information at the point of data entry on merchant devices and any employee devices that connect to your business and customers.

Keylogging is the #1 malware component responsible for identity theft on your device. This spyware is commonly downloaded as a result of clicking on an infected link inside an email, text or web page. This practice of tricking unsuspecting victims into clicking on links that look legitimate is called phishing. According to recent reports, “phishing was found in 90% of breaches and 95% of phishing attempts that led to a breach, were followed by software installation." This includes keyloggers. 


PrivacyIQ Keystroke Encryption eliminates the ability for keylogging spyware to capture keystrokes on your device, even those not yet discovered by antivirus, antispyware and firewalls. PrivacyIQ protects the device by creating an alternate encrypted pathway, routing the keystrokes around the area of vulnerability. No anti-virus software has this capability. PrivacyIQ works for you behind the scenes to protect your business assets by blocking software keyloggers that infect your device and steal everything you type. Installation is easy and requires no maintenance on your part. Just set it and forget it as PrivacyIQ goes to work and encrypts your keystrokes.
To learn more, or request a price Proposal, fill out our 
Proposal form.

First Line of Defense!

 
 
Hospital Staff
PrivacyIQ Keystroke Encryption for Healthcare
 
• Hospitals
• Healthcare Groups
• Healthcare Management

HEALTHCARE DATA SECURITY SOLUTIONS

Health records are in high demand on the Dark Web because they contain all of a patient’s personal information including name, address, birthdate, social security number, credit card information and medical records. According to a recent study published in the JAMA Network, phishing, poses a particular threat to healthcare organizations. Phishing is the practice of tricking unsuspecting victims into clicking on links that look legitimate. A recent Verizon Data Breach Report reported that phishing was found in 90% of breaches and 95% of all phishing attempts that led to a breach, were followed by software installation, including keyloggers. Keyloggers are typically used in the beginning stage of a breach to gain access credentials and other sensitive data. When a keylogger has infected a computer, tablet or mobile phone, it steals every keystroke typed into the device. Once network access credentials are obtained, hackers can either exfiltrate patient information or install ransomware to lock down the system and hold it for ransom in order to extort funds from the institution.

The HIPAA Password Requirements and Best Way to Comply:

"Accessing password-protected accounts from secondary devices increases the risk of a data breach due to keylogging malware. This type of malware runs undetected on computers and mobile devices, secretly recording every keystroke in a file for later retrieval by a hacker. As this is a foreseeable risk to the security of Protected Health Information, Covered Entities must either introduce policies to limit users to the devices from which they can access password-protected accounts, or find an alternative to the HIPAA password requirements.” NOTE: With 71% of healthcare professionals using a secondary device such as a mobile phone to manage their workflows, limiting their mobile use would be difficult

SOLUTION TO HIPAA PASSWORD REQUIREMENTS

Installing PrivacyIQ keystroke encryption on all devices that are used to enter sensitive information such as passwords would address the vulnerability to keyloggers. Adding keystroke encryption will protect login credentials and patient data and fill a gap in endpoint security to protect the healthcare organization.

To learn more, or request a price Proposal, fill out our Proposal form.

Call Center Employee
PrivacyIQ Keystroke Encryption for Contact Centers
 
• Customer Acquisition
• Customer Care
• Technology Support
• Billing
 

CONTACT CENTER 

DATA SECURITY SOLUTIONS

With sensitive information like social security numbers and credit card data continuously passing through a contact center’s environment, they have become prime targets for a cyberattack. One recent high profile data breach that occurred at the billing vendor of a large healthcare group, compromised the personal data of more than 2 million people.

 

The practice of tricking unsuspecting victims into clicking on links that look legitimate is called “phishing”. According to recent reports, phishing was found in 90% of breaches and 95% of all phishing attempts that led to a breach, were followed by software installation, including keyloggers. Once a keylogger has infected a desktop, tablet or mobile device, it steals every keystroke typed including network access credentials. Keyloggers are difficult to detect by traditional anti-virus and firewalls, even if these programs are kept up-to-date.

PrivacyIQ Benefits:

  • Blocks keylogging spyware, the most common malware component used in a breach.

  • Protects the vulnerable gap found at the point of data entry.

  • Runs in the background, no employee training needed.

To learn more, or request a price Proposal, fill out our Proposal form.

Female Industrial Engineer
PrivacyIQ Keystroke Encryption for Power & Utilities
 
• Gas and Oil Vendors
• Electric Utility
• Energy Management
 

POWER & UTILITIES 

DATA SECURITY SOLUTIONS

PrivacyIQ Benefits:

  • Blocks keylogging spyware, the most common malware component used in a breach.

  • Protects the vulnerable gap found at the point of data entry.

  • Runs in the background, no employee training needed.

To learn more, or request a price Proposal, fill out our Proposal form.

Cybercriminals are targeting Power and Energy Utility Networks via their trusted vendors. The FBI and Dept. of Homeland Security issued a joint alert warning of spear phishing emails that lure targeted personnel with malware-loaded Word docs disguised as legitimate resumes, invitations and policy documents. In addition, security researchers warn of an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) currently targeting utility companies called GreyEnergy, which has screen capture and keylogging capabilities and is being used for espionage and reconnaissance as a possible prelude to a more destructive attack on industrial control systems.

 

The practice of tricking unsuspecting victims into clicking on links that look legitimate is called “phishing”. According to recent reports, phishing was found in 90% of breaches and 95% of all phishing attempts that led to a breach, were followed by software installation, including keyloggers. Once a keylogger has infected a desktop, tablet or mobile device, it steals every keystroke typed including network access credentials. Keyloggers are difficult to detect by traditional antivirus and firewalls, even if these programs are kept up-to-date.

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