SHOULD YOUR BUSINESS BE AFRAID OF THE DARK WEB?
Your information is a very lucrative business for cybercriminals.
Hackers and scammers are smart and efficient. With basic technological skills and a few key personal details, these criminals can access some of your most important accounts.
SO, WHAT EXACTLY IS THE DARK WEB?
The Dark Web is the criminal underbelly of the Internet. It’s the place where traditional search engines cannot access.
To give context to how big the Dark Web is compared to what regular people, like you and I see, the Dark Web is estimated at 550 times larger than the surface Web (the regular internet) and growing.
Because you can operate anonymously, the Dark Web holds a wealth of stolen data and illegal activity with a growing market for purchasing personal and corporate data, including user credentials, presenting a very lucrative opportunity for cybercriminals to access, sell or exploit this data for profit.
DO YOU KNOW IF YOUR COMPANY’S PRIVATE OR SENSITIVE DATA IS UP FOR GRABS ON THE DARK WEB?
Our lives have become increasingly virtual as we fulfil of all our financial, legal, shopping and entertainment needs online. News of malware, phishing scams and data breaches flood headlines almost every day. However, most people fail to fully understand the gravity or threat of this problem.
FIND OUT IF YOUR BUSINESS CREDENTIALS ARE EXPOSED ON THE DARK WEB.
SO, WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOUR EMPLOYEES’ EMAILS, USERNAMES AND PASSWORDS ARE EXPOSED?
We talk to businesses every day who think that they aren’t at risk or truly believe they do not present a worthy target for hackers.
But we have found that ninety percent (90%) of small to midsized businesses have some combination of email addresses, passwords or other Personally Identifiable Information (PII) data published on the Dark Web.
The risks and consequences of this exposed information are both significant and far-reaching and could be devastating for your business. No one is immune and your business could be the next cyberattack victim.
Imagine the consequences of your sensitive company information or customer data being hacked or stolen, or worse, corrupted beyond repair. The cost of such an incident could be catastrophic, possibly putting you out of business.
Don’t let your business reputation get damaged by becoming the next headline news on a data breach.