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Dark Web Scan
Has your sensitive business data already been compromised on the Dark Web?
We’ll scour the Dark Web to determine if your sensitive business data has already been compromised. Just complete the form below to get started!
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What is the Dark Web?
The Dark Web has a long history, but the terminology has risen in popularity among ordinary citizens in the last decade due to the media coverage and association with cyber criminals. As a business owner, you may be wondering what the Dark Web is and what it means to you.
The bottom line is, cyber criminals earn currency by selling digital information. Your business data is worth a tremendous amount of money to rasomware and exploiting hackers in the Dark Web. The question really is—how much of your sensitive business data is already available on the Dark Web?
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Best of all, it's absolutely FREE!
Some people think we are crazy for offering free services. They say, “Aren’t you afraid people will just take advantage of you?” The truth is, some people might – but we know that most business owners are just honest people trying to find someone they can trust to help them improve their security posture. And since there’s a good chance you’ve been disappointed, let down and even burned by a less-than-competent IT provider, I want to give you a risk-free way to “kick the tires” before you commit to anything.
Our Dark Web Scan will uncover:
We use a combination of human and sophisticated Dark Web Intelligence to identify, analyze, and monitor for compromised data.
We aim to mitigate exposure for your business’ most valuable assets—your digital identity!
We dive deep into the Dark Web to uncover sensitive data exploits for your business.
We check hidden chat rooms, social media platforms, private websites, black market website, Botnets, and more!
Proprietary, Real-Time, Proactive Scanning
We scan the Dark Web in real-time, ensuring that your compromised credentials can be identified before they’re used for identity theft, data breaches, or other crimes.