Know the unknowable.

The predictive intelligence to know when and how your brand is at risk. GroupSense empowers you with a full understanding of your entire public attack surface, so you can focus your efforts.

With the collision of physical and digital worlds, cyber brand protection has become a top priority for many companies. Businesses are becoming more dependent on the internet every day. From the latest in collaboration tools to adopting digital transformation initiatives to drive engagement with customers, technology adoption is creating unprecedented attack surfaces. How can you know when and where an attack will take place?

Your brand is critical to your success as a business. It is the sum of all of your digital assets, and the way that you are recognized in the cyber and physical worlds. It is your promise to the market, and a key measurement of your value as a business. Protecting your brand starts with understanding your public attack surface. When it comes to protecting your brand, predictive offense is the only approach.

With BrandRecon, GroupSense empowers you to move your organization from a position of reactive defense to predictive offense.

GroupSense analysts establish a deep profile of a client’s brand, corporate identifiers, product and service lines, business initiatives, official social media presence, and exposed IT infrastructure.


  • CIDR
  • Public IP Space
  • SSL Certs
  • Domain names
  • Record changes
  • Network maps / architecture
  • Technologies, vendors, makes, models
  • Systems


  • Buildings / locations
  • Property
  • Registration
  • Taxes
  • Financials
  • Certifications
  • Insurance reports, certifications
  • Donations
  • Compliance measurements / benchmarking / certification
  • Organizational Codes – CAGE, NAICS
  • Competitors
  • Regulators
  • Legislators
  • Jurisdictions
  • GeoPolitical


  • Web presence
  • Domains
  • DNS registrations
  • Unauthorized web sites
  • Malicious domain registrations
  • “Typo squatting” / URL hijacking / diversion
  • Whois
  • MX records
  • Marketing
  • Brand names
  • Product and service names + fuzzing
  • Motto + fuzzing
  • Tag lines + fuzzing
  • Advertising campaigns + fuzzing
  • Sponsorships
  • Endorsements
  • Customer and public chatter
  • Reputation
  • Financial Cards
  • Mobile Apps
  • Mobile apps
  • Phishing
  • Email phishing
  • Text phishing
  • Social phishing


  • Adversary groups
  • Adversarial online sources for monitoring
  • Chatter