Our dark web services provide

  • monitoring of the dark web for your passwords and personal information
  • end-user education and training on security with passwords and using the Internet
  • simulating phishing campaigns to test how your organization respond to phishing emails

Protect Your Company’s Brand, Employees, Executives and Customers.

Corporate Domain Monitoring

Stolen user credentials (emails/passwords) found on the Dark Web can indicate that your company or a 3rd party application/website that your employees use may have been compromised and that you should take action.

Cybercriminals traffic and buy stolen credentials so they can infiltrate your networks to steal your data. By monitoring the Dark Web for threat intelligence about stolen user data associated with your company’s domains, you can be alerted when a compromise is detected, so that you can respond to stop a potential costly and widespread data breach.

Executive Email Monitoring

Your executives and administrative users often have greater access to systems, information, and sensitive data. If their personal email credentials are compromised, the attacker may be able to use social engineering to trick other employees to gain access or reuse the same user credentials to gain access to corporate systems. Therefore, it’s important to monitor the personal mail addresses of your executive and administrative users, in addition to their corporate email accounts. Dark Web ID will monitor up to 10 personal emails, in addition to those within the corporate network.

Free Dark Web Scan

I’ll run a dark web scan on your company to find out if your passwords or personally identifiable information has been exposed to hackers and the public. This can happen when services you use have been compromised or if your information was picked up in a phishing scam or other attack. I’ll explain the findings and give recommendations to secure your accounts and personal information.

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Supply Chain Monitoring

Some cyberattacks will come through exposures to third-party vendors from your supply chain. The interwoven systems of vendors and partners present security risks, as data is shared across networks. The growing need for cyber supply chain risk management has prompted forward-thinking organizations to add dark web monitoring of their vendors.

Dark Web ID™ combines human and sophisticated Dark Web intelligence with search capabilities to identify, analyze and proactively monitor for your organization’s compromised or stolen employee, customer and supply chain user credentials. The largest private and public-sector organizations globally rely on Dark Web ID to provide actionable stolen credential data to make informed decisions.

The Importance Of Monitoring Your Supply Chain

Three ways the Dark Web can compromise your company via the supply chain:

  1. Product

    Selling stolen or counterfeit products is a key activity of cybercriminals. Liaisons are carried out in the dark web and transactions can then be carried out, seemingly innocently, in plain sight on legitimate sites like eBay.

    If your supply base is responsible for any part of managing your product – manufacturing, packaging or transportation – cybercriminals will have access to it. They will know where it is, where it is going and how to intercept it.

  2. Intellectual Property

    Most IP is surprisingly freely shared between a company and its suppliers. It has huge value if sold to the highest bidder, and it also carries risk such as exposing confidential projects or business arrangements. With access to your systems – sometimes with as little as an email address – hackers and cybercriminals can trawl your networks looking for IP. That blueprint for a new microchip will be wide open to theft.

  3. Data

    This is the easiest thing to lose: email addresses, passwords, credit card details… with just small elements of this data, criminals can deduce passwords, create hacking strategies and gain access to sensitive information, which they can then sell to the highest bidder.

    While you can’t mitigate risk entirely, you can be more in control. Dark Web ID can detect and monitor what information from your company is being trafficked on the uncharted web.