Brand protection services can help you with trademark infringements, the takedown of infringing domain name registrations, cease and desist orders and further law enforcement if necessary.
The term Brandjacking describes the activity of hijacking a brand identity, usually of a well-known brand, to cause some type of damage to the brand’s reputation, brand equity or online identity.
Cybersquatting is the practice of the unauthorized registration of a domain name that is identical or very similar to well-known brand names under the hope to resell them to the trademark or name owner for a profit.
Domain Backorder refers to a service offered by domain registrars or third-party companies that allows individuals or businesses to reserve or place a request for a domain name that is currently owned by someone else and is about to expire.
Domain Spoofing is a type of phishing where a cybercriminal imitates a well-known business, person or brand by creating fake websites or email domains to trick people into trusting them.
Domain Squatting is a different word for Cybersquatting.
Dropped Domains refer to domain names that were previously registered but have not been renewed by their owners within the domain's expiration period.
Typosquatting is a specific form of cybersquatting, which is the practice of registering domain names, in particular using very well-known brand names or companies, under the hope to resell them to the trademark or name owner for a profit.
An UDPR Procedure is a conciliation procedure introduced by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) for resolving domain name disputes in which the trademark rights are clearly violated.