Earlier this week, our colleague Sue Ross wrote on the intersection of trademark law and cybersecurity on Norton Rose Fulbright’s Brand Protection Blog. The post explains that by protecting its brand, a company can help to improve cybersecurity. For example, by seeking to recover “squatted” domain names and complaining to social networks about trademark infringement, a company can help to ensure that consumers are interacting with the intended party. As “squatted” domains and accounts are sometimes used to spread malware and collect sensitive information from emails sent to mistyped domain names, a company can help to improve cybersecurity and protect its sensitive information by vigilantly protecting its trademarks.
Read the full post, titled “Making us safer, through Brand Protection,” on the Brand Protection Blog.