Dark Web Monitoring


The Dark Web is a place to go and find the sale and trade of personal information, stolen credentials and identity. As practically every business now uses online services for the everyday functioning of their organisation, data breaches and theft are becoming more commonplace, and as a result, so is the sale of information on the Dark Web. Hence, the need for dark web monitoring.

What Is Dark Web Monitoring?

Using our state of the art technology, we monitor the dark web in real time, scouring it for your critical assets. Should your company information be identified by our Network Operation Centre (NOC), we will be alerted immediately so that our team can investigate the breach and take action to reduce the impact of the leaked data.

The key to protecting businesses in the event that they are victim to a data breach is to ensure that they are aware of the breach, and take the necessary steps to remove any compromised credentials before cyber criminals have the chance to attempt an attack. By monitoring the Dark Web in real time for your critical assets, we can considerably reduce the risk of the potential for identity theft and financial loss.

We will work hard to prevent identity theft and financial loss that could be extremely damaging for your business.

Why Monitor The Dark Web?

In many cases, through gaining access to just one company account, criminals are then able to access much more critical information. Humans tend to repeat things in order to remember them better, and this is particularly common with passwords – a worrying statistic is that 65% of all user passwords tend to be the same or similar, meaning that if one account is compromised, then all accounts could potentially be compromised.

To avoid the potentially catastrophic results of a data breach, it’s important that businesses are aware of access to their information on the Dark Web as soon as possible, in order for them to be able to take action.

Dark Web Monitoring in Hampshire

To find out more about Dark Web monitoring and how we can help protect your business from data breaches, contact us by calling +44 1329 888 444 or leave us a message here.