What is the Dark Web?
The dark web is a hidden universe contained within the “deep web”— a sub-layer of the internet that is hidden from conventional search engines. The surface web today makes up only 4% of the internet. It stores only 19TB of data. Imagine how tiny it is in comparison to the dark web, which has an estimated 7,500TB of data. The dark web is estimated to be 550 times larger than the surface web and growing*. Because you can operate anonymously, the dark web holds a wealth of stolen data and illegal activity.
Source: *techjury.net 2021.
We Navigate the Dark Web So You Don’t Have To
Our 24/7 Dark Web monitoring solution provides you critical alerts should your business domain or employee credentials be discovered on the Dark Web. The earlier you know about these compromises making your network and data vulnerable to hackers, the faster you can take actions, such as resetting passwords or identifying security gaps and resolve them.
We leverage the power of both advanced technology intelligence and human analysts to proactively search for and analyze compromises and exposed logins that can make your business a hot target for cybercriminals.
A Dark and Dangerous Threat
- 15 billion stolen login pairs, username and password, have been detected circulating on the Dark Web1.
- 67% of breaches can be traced or linked to phishing attacks and credential theft2.
- It is estimated over 50% of sites on the Dark Web are used for criminal activities, including the sale or exploitation of digital credentials1.
- 60% of the information available on the Dark Web could negatively impact most businesses’ security and financials3.
How Does Dark Web Monitoring Help Protect Your Organization?
Our service is designed to help both public and private sector organizations detect and mitigate cyberthreats that leverage stolen email addresses and passwords. Our Dark Web monitoring tools leverages a combination of human and artificial intelligence that scours botnets, criminal chat rooms, blogs, websites and bulletin boards, peer-to-peer networks, forums, private networks and other black- market sites 24/7, 365 days a year, to identify stolen credentials and other personally identifiable information (PII).
1. Wired.com & Digital Shadows
2. Verizon 2020 DBIR
3. CSO Online
Identify and investigate exposed login credentials or pairs discovered directly linked to your business email domains or IP address details.
OVERCOME PASSWORD REUSE
Studies support evidence that individuals often reuse login credentials for at least 5 different applications at the same time4. Overcome the risks related to bad passwords.
ALERTS AND REPORT ANALYTICS
With 80,000+ domain compromises discovered daily, access reporting and analytics on industry trends and evolving risks and take preventative actions to avoid cyber threats.
Cyberattacks are becoming increasingly inevitable. However, implementing Dark Web Monitoring will help reduce the risks and threats caused by exposed employee credentials.