Dark Web Monitoring

Dark Web ID

Stop credential-related cybercrime before It starts.

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Dark Web ID is the Leading Dark Web Monitoring Program

Are your company’s user credentials on the dark web? Thousands of email addresses, passwords and other sensitive data land on the dark web every day, creating risk for your business — and you may not even know about a vulnerability until it’s too late.

Dark Web ID ensures the greatest amount of protection with 24/7/365 human and machine-powered monitoring of business and personal credentials, including domains, IP addresses and email addresses.

We uncover your compromised credentials in dark web markets, data dumps and other sources, and alert you to trouble fast, giving you the advantage to act before cybercriminals do.

Dark Web ID Features

Provides Comprehensive, Validated Data

Always-on human and machine monitoring and analysis of compromise data from multiple sources, like Dark Web markets, data dumps and forums, finds exposed credentials fast.

Easily Integrates into Ticketing & CRM Platforms

Leverage out of-the-box integrations with popular PSA platforms, for a fast, frictionless alerting and mitigation process, so you never miss a security event.

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Deploy in Minutes

Our easy-to-use, automated monitoring platform deploys in minutes and gets to work immediately, with SaaS or API options available and no additional hardware or software to install.

We use it as a marketing tool. When we tell our clients that we take cybersecurity and information protection seriously, it might set us apart from other law firms that they might be considering. Clients are starting to get smarter about understanding that law firms have a lot of their sensitive information, so they want to know what you are doing to protect that information.

Neil Cotherman Director of Information Technology // Whiteford Taylor Preston
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The Comprehensive Guide to Third-Party and Supply Chain Risk

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State of the Dark Web

State of the Dark Web

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10 Dark Web Facts You Need to See Right Now

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The dark web is part of the larger world wide web that is only accessible by means of special software like the TOR web browser.
Your information ends up on the dark web in a number of ways. The most common path for a person’s information or credentials to end up on the dark web is for that data to be stolen in a cyberattack on a company. Data and credentials can also be stolen through phishing.
Data is a form of currency on the dark web. When your data arrives on the dark web, it is likely to be handled by data brokers. It may be bought and sold many times in data markets. Data is also dumped in publicly available pools on the dark web that bad actors use to facilitate cybercrime.
Dark web monitoring for businesses is the process of searching for, tracking and verifying certain information on the dark web. This can be done using a combination of human analysts and specialized software that analyzes data that is harvested in the places on the dark web where information is trafficked.
Businesses need dark web monitoring software to gain a clear picture of their risk from credential compromise. Credential compromise is one of the fastest paths to a cyberattack and responsible for more than 60% of data breaches.
Dark web monitoring for businesses works through software that constantly keeps an eye on the parts of the dark web where data like credentials would be sold including:
  • Hidden chat rooms
  • Unindexed sites
  • Private websites
  • P2P (peer-to-peer) networks
  • IRC (internet relay chat) channels
  • Social media platforms
  • Black market sites
  • 640,000+ botnets
A quality dark web monitoring tool should offer both human and machine monitoring of business and personal credentials, including domains, IP addresses and email addresses. It should also include options to add on other services that a business may need like supply chain monitoring The right solution will also make it easy for IT staffers to search the dark web for credentials that may be compromised and deploy quickly with minimal tech work needed.