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The Dark Web is a hidden universe within the “Deep Web”- masked from traditional search engines, such as Google, Bing and Yahoo, who only search .04% of the internet's surface. The other 99.96% of the Web comprises databases, private academic and government networks, as well as the Dark Web.
It is estimated that the Dark Web is 550 times larger than the surface Web and growing, hiding a wealth of stolen data and illegal activity, with users operating entirely anonymously. If your employees use their work e-mail on third party websites, it makes your business data vulnerable and easily accessible with the right amount of hacking skills.
We offer a comprehensive Dark Web scan and monitoring service, where we can detect if your company has become compromised. Although we can’t confirm whether any data that we discover has been used to exploit your business, the fact that we have identified a data breach should be very concerning. Once a breach is identified, you should make an instant change to the password.
Our data breach specialists scan your company domain and then monitor it continuously to alerts you when a breach has been made. This ensures passwords and payment details can be changed before they are sold or used maliciously… stopping scammers in their tracks!
This is the flagship product in the cyber protection security range and, because it’s so essential, it is included in all of our packages.
Monitor your websites, email addresses & IP addresses for only £150.00/month.
Being proactive in monitoring stolen or compromised data allows you to respond to a threat immediately and prevent a data breach. We can help your business mitigate the most common forms of attack.
A dark web scan alerts when any data from emails and passwords have been compromised and offered for sale before a breach occurs.
Our dark web scan as an award-winning service voted for by industry leaders such as Datto, CRN and ChannelPro Network.
The data breach scan presents information that has been analysed and validated to deliver evidence that added security measures are imperative.
This sophisticated tool features a simple user platform, which allows us to run a data breach scan across your entire base in minutes.
48% of UK businesses identified at least one data breach or attack a month. Ensure your business isn't one of them with a comprehensive data scan.
The security of your business data depends on being able to detect threats and respond to attacks quickly. Reduce risk and eliminate vulnerabilities.
Our service is designed to help both public and private sector organisations detect and alleviate cyber threats. The Data Breach scan examines botnets, criminal chat rooms, blogs, websites and bulletin boards, Peer-to-Peer networks, forums, private networks, and other black-market sites 24/7, 365 days a year; identifying stolen credentials and additional personal information.
The simple answer is YES! The average cost of buying someones' full, stolen credit card data is around £40, but buying illegally obtained data on the dark web is pretty shady, and sales are generally transacted with the highest bidder! The hackers will also likely offer to sell your data back to you for an inflated price and normally in the form of Bitcoin. Don't be tempted to pay the cybercriminals straight away. Seek legal advice and help from your IT support.
A data breach is when sensitive, confidential or otherwise private and protected data has been accessed illegally. Data breaches can be unauthorised access to any form of personal data such as personal health information (PHI), personally identifiable information (PII), trade secrets or intellectual property.
Common data breaches include personal information, such as credit card numbers, bank details, medical records, corporate information, and customer contact lists, to name a few.
Ransomware is pretty sophisticated and becoming harder to recover files if your device has been "infected" with it. Ransomware is malicious malware that (usually) encrypts your data files using an encryption system. It can be such a strong encryption code that there is no way of cracking it! The hackers that have implemented this malware often make contact to give you a limited time to pay them for your files to be decrypted and made available to you again.
There are many ways to know if you've been hacked, and some might be obvious, some may not. Here are some signs to look for to indicate if you've been hacked.
You receive a ransomware message.
You receive a fake antivirus message.
Internet searches are redirected.
Your online passwords aren't working.
You’re notified by someone you’ve been hacked.
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