Qnary’s Executive and Workforce Advocacy Solution adds Telefónica’s Cybersecurity Intelligence
New York, NY, October 30, 2018 – Qnary, leading global player in workforce advocacy solutions, announced today their partnership with Telefónica adding cybersecurity features to Qnary’s SaaS platform. Thanks to this collaboration, users can strategically grow their digital presence and build their influence, knowing they are guarded via Telefónica’s digital threat intelligence and monitoring systems.
According to Cybersecurity Ventures, by 2021, damage related to cybercrime is projected to hit $6 trillion annually. In the United States, it’s been estimated that over 73% of internet users have fallen victim to a cyber crime. While companies are taking active steps to protect the enterprise’s data few have been protecting the actions and digital presence of their workforce. Qnary’s partnership with Telefónica offers a powerful technology solution to combat the risks and safely grow the reputation of the enterprise.
“The importance of cybersecurity continues to expand for enterprises and executives,” said Bant Breen, Founder and Global CEO of Qnary, “We are excited about our partnership with Telefónica to bolster our growth and optimization workplace advocacy tools with cybersecurity monitoring. This partnership is a first step in expanding our capabilities to guard the workforce.”
Telefonica’s Cybersecurity Division, ElevenPaths CyberThreats platform provides cyber intelligence for individuals and brands, including defensive and law enforcement agencies while providing enterprises with intelligence services. The technology and team monitor the surface, social, and deep and dark web for identity records exposed in data breaches and accidental leaks. Their system allows for early warning of exposed identities, helping companies reduce risks created from attacks, credential stuffing, account takeover, identity them, and social engineering and phishing.