There are basically three parts to the world wide web: surface web, deep web, and dark web.
The surface web is everything that’s publicly available and accessible through search or typing a URL into your browser. The deep web, also known as the invisible web, is all the content on the web that is not indexed by standard search engines, such as email clients, online banking websites, or pages that are inaccessible to crawlers, the software that indexes the web for search engines. Some of those pages can still be accessed if you have the URL while others require you to have login credentials. According to expert estimates, the deep web is 500 times larger than the surface web.
The dark web, however, is a totally different beast—a tiny fraction of the web that is only accessible through specialized software programs. However, the term “dark web” is also often used to refer to the darknet, the overlay networks that are used to anonymize communications and obfuscate both the origin and destination of internet traffic.
Compromised credentials are used to conduct further criminal activity, such as data breaches of sensitive corporate information, as well as identity theft of individual employees. Users often have the same password for multiple services, such as network logon, social media, online stores and other services, exponentially increasing the potential damage from a single compromised username and password. Today, you have limited visibility into when your credentials are stolen; over 75% of compromised credentials are reported to the victim organization by a third party, such as law enforcement.
The more information you collect, the more valuable it becomes. Extensive logging and reporting capabilities allow you to track and triage incidents and create effective policies and procedures to minimize risk in the future.
It’s not enough to simply be ready, you need to be ahead. Our platform allows you to see industry patterns long before they become trends, and offers the intelligence to keep you, your partners, vendors and customers more protected.
Attacks on networks may be inevitable, but they don’t have to be destructive. Our proactive monitoring of stolen and compromised data alerts you when a threat is detected so you can respond immediately.
We monitor dark web 24/7/365
- Dark web threat alerts when any of your employees accounts are compromised
- Compromised data trending & benchmarking for threats in your organization
- Supply chain threat monitoring to see your vendors potential risk to your organization
- Actionable intelligence to help protect your organization against potential data breaches
- Monitor employee personal email accounts for credential breaches that can expose your business
- Employee identity theft & credit monitoring protection
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