deepwatch Stock

deepwatch.comEnterprise Software / CybersecurityFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $131.5MM

deepwatch helps secure the digital economy by protecting and defending enterprise networks by extending security teams and proactively improves cybersecurity.

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News Highlights

Microsoft’s Digital Crime Unit Goes Deep on How It Disrupts Cybercrime

Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit (DCU) employs technical and legal strategies to combat cybercrime. Recently, the DCU disrupted cybercrime group Storm-1152, a leading creator and vendor of fake Microsoft accounts, using legal techniques related to intellectual property protection. The DCU has evolved from a focus on email spam to tackling malware, tech support fraud, and online child exploitation, working in collaboration with law enforcement worldwide.
Updated on: Jul 24, 2024


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