ZeroFox Launches PII Removal to Automatically Eliminate Executives' Exposed Personal Information from Data Broker Sites
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ZeroFox (Nasdaq: ZFOX), a leading external cybersecurity provider, today released PII Removal, a new Disruption service to help organizations combat data broker websites that include personal identifiable information (PII) of employees and executives listed for sale on publicly searchable databases. ZeroFox’s enhanced Disruption PII Removal scans for and automates the takedown of customers’ personal information on hundreds of data broker sites in an effort to proactively disrupt potential attacks before they happen.
“The longer this personal information is out there and accessible by cyber threat actors, the greater the security risk to organizations and individuals,” said James C. Foster, co-founder and CEO of ZeroFox. “Readily available access to personal information about a company’s employees can be used for things like social engineering attacks, doxing, SWATting, and phishing scams, so our Disruption PII Removal will proatively scrub that information from the web before it can be used against you.”
ZeroFox PII Removal delivers ongoing detection and automated deletion of personal information available on the web and trafficked by hundreds of data broker websites like WhitePages and Spokeo. The solution helps security teams close the gap by actively removing PII of executives and employees from being readily found. Capability benefits include:
ZeroFox’s PII Removal provides ongoing monitoring and monthly reporting to customers recapping all data broker removals. To learn more about adding PII Removal to your cybersecurity strategy, visit https://www.zerofox.com/pii-removal.
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