Dark Web Data

How Our Data Supports Your Role

Data from the ID Agent suite of solutions supports several roles within an organization. Choose your role below to see how our data can help you better secure your networks.

C-Level Executive

 

With a significant increase in regulatory pressure from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), senior executives are now required to establish more robust threat monitoring programs while demonstrating they are making every effort possible to protect their organization, employees and customer data. ID Agent solutions can be used to better identify, assess, and ensure an organization can effectively manage and mitigate potential cyber risks.

Holistic Threat Intelligence Program Development – Incorporate Dark Web ID reports and data into a holistic threat intelligence and cyber security program.

Proactive & Automated Security Management – Proactively force automated user lockouts and password resets when corporate credentials are discovered.

Reduce Incident Response Times – Reduce incident response times with real-time monitoring and alerting of breached data being harvested throughout the Dark Web.

High Risk Target Monitoring – Provide additional corporate and personal security protection to high value, C-level, Board of Directors or other critical users.

Targeted Individual and Repeat Offender Monitoring – Quickly identify potentially “targeted” individuals and “repeat offenders” more susceptible to compromise.

Policy Enforcement – Enforce corporate policy and correct user behavior both on- and off-network.

Cyber Education & Awareness – Educate employees on likely consequences of bad password habits and the importance of overall cyber threat awareness.

Industry Benchmarking – Understand how your organization’s threat posture compares to your industry peers and competitors.

Insurance Inclusion – Demonstrate a comprehensive approach to loss prevention and educate through the deployment of external security monitoring services.

Supply Chain Executive

Supply Chain Monitoring – Identify trends and potential exposure points within your supply chain, partner and vendor community to help protect against potential third-party originated data breaches.

Supply Chain Management – Share threat intelligence and support corporate supply chain management and security policies.

Human Resources Lead

Operations – Key operations managers often are a first line of defense against cyber attacks. Should an event occur, they are critical to supporting the response and helping maintaining daily operations, business processes, workplace efficiency and employee morale.

Human Resources – The human element of cyber risk cannot be overlooked. Simple errors—or deliberate actions—by employees can lead to sensitive information being leaked. HR teams should lead training efforts on best practices, especially with the rise in sophisticated “spear phishing” attacks targeting specific employees. HR should also have protocols in place for how current and former employees utilize organization-issued and personal electronic devices that are used to access their networks.

Security/IT Professional

Holistic Threat Intelligence Program Development – Incorporate Dark Web data into a holistic threat intelligence and cyber security program.

Proactive & Automated Security Management – Proactively force automated user lockouts and password resets when corporate credentials are discovered.

Reduce Incident Response Times – Reduce incident response times with real-time monitoring and alerting of breached data being harvested throughout the Dark Web.

High Risk Target Monitoring – Provide additional corporate and personal security protection to high value, C-level, Board of Directors or other critical users.

Targeted Individual and Repeat Offender Monitoring – Quickly identify potentially “targeted” individuals and “repeat offenders” more susceptible to compromise.

Risk manager: Risk managers understand the importance of a strong threat intelligence and identity management program. They also understand how important it is to quickly identify if your organization’s data has been exposed for malicious purposes. Risk managers leverage the Dark Web ID platform to gain a more holistic view of their organizations potential risk while ensuring internal stakeholders are educated on how to assess, manage and respond to cyber threats.

Finance, Legal or Compliance Executive

CFO/VP of Finance: The potential cost of a data breach can impact an organization’s bottom line as well as the safety of its sensitive financial information. Finance executives should critically evaluate the cost and benefits of increasing their investment in cybersecurity as part of comprehensive overall risk profile.

Legal/Compliance: As regulations in the cyber field ramp up, legal and compliance roles become increasingly important to evaluate procedures and inform and enforce corporate policy. If a cyber incident occurs, lawsuits often follow soon after. Legal and compliance leadership may help drive the appropriate breach response to alleviate legal issues.

Industry Benchmarking – Understand how your organization’s threat posture compares to your industry peers and competitors.

Insurance Inclusion – Demonstrate a comprehensive approach to loss prevention and educate through the deployment of external security monitoring services.

Risk manager: Risk managers understand the importance of a strong threat intelligence and identity management program. They also understand how important it is to quickly identify if your organization’s data has been exposed for malicious purposes. Risk managers leverage ID Agent solutions to gain a more holistic view of their organizations potential risk while ensuring internal stakeholders are educated on how to assess, manage and respond to cyber threats.