Are Your Business Credentials for Sale on the Dark Web?
Organisations are being targeted by cybercriminals every day, but have you ever wondered how they gain access to your information? When websites and businesses encounter a data breach, that information is often sold on the Dark Web for as little as £2. But why does that affect you?
If one of your users has their information stolen, whether it's their business or personal data such as a password, that can be used to gain access to your organisation. This information can also be used to create highly targeted phishing emails to trick you and your users into clicking malicious links and downloading malware.
If you want to see if your organisation's information has been leaked on the Dark Web, fill out this form and we will send your report within 24 hours. The report is 100% confidential with no obligations.
Cyber-attacks have continued to grow in cost, size, and impact – causing 60% of SMBs to go out of business within 6 months of a cyber incident. Over 80% of data breaches leverage stolen passwords as the principal attack vector – often acquired on the Dark Web.
What is the Dark Web?
The Dark Web is made up of digital communities that sit on top of the Internet, and while there are legitimate purposes to the Dark Web, it is estimated that over 50% of all sites on the Dark Web are used for criminal activities, including the disclosure and sale of business credentials. Far too often, companies that have had their credentials compromised and sold on the Dark Web don’t know it until they have been informed by law enforcement — but by then, it’s too late.
Why We’re All Vulnerable
Passwords are a 20th century solution to a 21st century problem. Unfortunately, usernames and passwords - the most common digital credentials used today - are all that stands between your employees and vital online services including corporate networks, social media sites, e-commerce sites and others. A good security practice is to use a completely different password for every service, but the fact is that nearly 40% of people replicate the same or very similar passwords for each service they use.
How to Protect Yourself
There is no single silver bullet solution that can protect against all possible attack vectors. However, you can still take steps to mitigate the most common forms of attack – statistically, these attacks are most likely to leverage passwords compromised on the Dark Web or human error due to insufficient cybersecurity training.
What's included with Dark Web Monitoring?
- No Long Term Contracts
- Pay Monthly - cancel anytime
- Daily Monitoring
- 5 x Personal Email Addresses Included
Request your free scan!
Please fill out the form to request your free scan - we need this information to scan the Dark Web for your leaked data.
When you request your complimentary scan you'll receive:
- A detailed report that includes usernames, passwords, login credentials and other sensitive data
- A free consultation to answer your questions and provide advice to resolve any issues