We scan the Dark Web to identify if your credentials are compromised.
You want to know what is Dark Web Exposure? Who is after your personal information?
The public is most familiar with the surface web, which refers to public sites that can be found with standard search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing. This is where Facebook lives. And CNN. And WebMD. There are about 1 billion of these websites, but they make up only 4 percent of the World Wide Web.
The other 96 percent is called the deep web, which is mostly composed of databases run by government agencies, financial institutions, health systems, library systems and colleges.
Then there’s the dark web, a subset of the deep web that comprises about 7,200 sites. It’s called dark because it’s hard to find and its contents are hidden.
Analysts said hundreds of sites on the dark web are forums and black markets where millions of dollars in illegal commerce occur each day. You can buy everything from grenade launchers to opioids to hacking tools stolen from the National Security Agency.
How could you protect your business from Dark Web Exposure?
Here is what we offer:
IDENTITY THEFT SCAN
Identity theft poses a range of issues that can be a major distraction for employees in the workplace. Make your employees aware of the Dark Web danger!
DARK WEB PII SCAN
Scan the Dark Web for compromised credentials and sensitive data notifies a business owner when problems arise.
Use password managers to save and secure various strong passwords, to guard against phishing, as they fill account information into websites based on their URL.
Empower employees to recognize threats and respond accordingly. Knowledge is power and security!
Assess and test network, applications, 3rd party website policies and procedural policy.