Is Your Data On The Dark Web?

DKB Security Operations

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Employee credentials are a best seller on the dark web. In fact, more than 15 billion passwords are for sale, according to a recent report by Digital Shadows.

What can attackers do with your compromised credentials?


As a result, it's important for businesses to take proactive measures to protect themselves against potential security threats. One such measure is conducting regular Dark Web scans.

The Dark Web is a collection of hidden websites that are only accessible through specific browsers, such as Tor. It's a place where cybercriminals buy, sell, and trade stolen information, such as login credentials, Social Security numbers, and other sensitive data. By conducting a Dark Web scan, businesses can monitor if their employees' personal information has been compromised and leaked on the Dark Web.

Dark Web scans work by using specialized software and tools to search for information such as email addresses, passwords, and other sensitive data that may have been stolen in a data breach. This information is then compared against known lists of breached data to determine if a match is found. If a match is found, the business is immediately notified and can take appropriate action to secure their accounts and protect their sensitive information.

In addition to monitoring for stolen employee information, Dark Web scans can also provide businesses with valuable insights into their overall security posture. For example, a scan can reveal if any of their systems have been compromised or if any of their employees have fallen victim to a phishing attack. This information can help businesses make informed decisions about their security strategies and allocate resources where they are needed most.

With the growing number of data breaches and cyber attacks, it's crucial for businesses to take proactive measures to protect themselves. Regular Dark Web scans can provide valuable insights into a business’s overall security posture and help protect against the potential risks of stolen employee information. By conducting Dark Web scans, businesses can ensure they are proactively monitoring and protecting their sensitive information.

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At DKBinnovative, we understand the importance of protecting sensitive information, especially in today's digital age where data breaches and cyber attacks are becoming increasingly common. That's why we've developed a comprehensive toolkit that scours the vast depths of the Dark Web to detect any instances of stolen information that may have been put up for sale.

Our toolkit searches millions of known Dark Web resources where cybercriminals buy, sell, and trade sensitive information. Within just 72 hours of conducting a scan, you will receive a detailed report outlining exactly what information has been compromised, the type of attack that led to the compromise, and where the stolen password and credentials were found on the Dark Web.

This information is incredibly valuable for businesses, as it allows them to take immediate action to secure their accounts and prevent further damage. By proactively monitoring the Dark Web, businesses can stay ahead of potential security threats and ensure that their sensitive information remains protected.

Our advanced toolkit is the perfect solution if you want to take a proactive approach to security and protect your sensitive information. With its ability to scour millions of resources in just 72 hours, you can have peace of mind knowing that your information is being monitored and protected against any potential threats.

Request your Dark Web report here!

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