Can Your Company’s Sensitive Information Be Found on the Dark Web?
How Does Private Data Get on the Dark Web?
The dark web is a portion of the Internet that is generally hidden to the public. The dark web functions around anonymity, which attracts criminals and illegal activity. The dark web has become a haven for the buying and selling of stolen information.
When a company or online service gets breached, the stolen data (such as user accounts and passwords, credit card info, etc.) could show up on the dark web. If you or any of your employees are victims of a breach, this data could be accessible to anybody.
Dark Web Monitoring Should be a Part of your Cybersecurity Plan
By combining human and artificial intelligence, our cybersecurity professionals can scan the Dark Web for stolen sensitive information, such as stolen accounts and email passwords. If an end-user was caught in a breach, we can identify it and proper measures can be taken.
Our Dark Web Monitoring detects compromised credentials on the Dark Web and notifies you when these critical assets are compromised before they can be used for identity theft, data breaches, or other crimes.
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To help keep your critical business assets safe from the compromises that lead to breach and theft, we are offering a complimentary, one-time Dark Web scan.
Complete the form and we will run a complimentary Dark Web scan and contact you with your results!