Dark Web Monitoring Services
In the mysterious depths of the Deep Web, there exists a small part of the Internet that is inaccessible through popular search engines. This place is called the Dark Web. Google, Bing and Yahoo!, the three most popular search engines right now, are only capable of searching 0.4% of the total indexed Internet. The other 99.96% of the Internet consists of private academic and government networks, databases, and the dark web. The fact that a person remains anonymous on the dark web is a proponent for it to host a large amount of illegal operations.
Technology by Design employs a state-of-the-art dark web monitoring service that scours the dark web for any breaches. This is accomplished by searching for compromised assets, and items stolen through identity theft, that belong to our clients. Your digitally stored credentials, such as usernames, passwords, and online services, are necessary to connect with coworkers. These are among the most targeted items on the dark web.
The story we usually come across is that criminals have stolen critical assets belonging to a company, and the business does not know about the breach until law enforcement shows up. By this time, it is already too late. The National Institute of Standards and Technology, or NIST, states that small businesses are more prone to breaches as cybersecurity events can overburden them while they struggle to survive.
If you suspect a breach, the best option to fight against it is to stay calm and:
- Reset all the passwords for compromised accounts.
- Call us immediately to undergo our Dark Web Surveillance service.
If you have any doubts or want to learn more about our dark web service, contact us.