Dark Web Monitoring
Digital credentials, such as username and passwords, connect you and your employees to critical business applications, as well as online services. Unfortunately, criminals know this – and this is why digital credentials are among the most valuable assets found on the dark web. Once these credentials are acquired by hackers, they can wreak havoc on your company. From stealing your customer private data to destroying credit, your firm may never recover from the damage incurred.
You know, your firm’s reputation is it’s biggest asset. Don’t risk losing it! With our proactive dark web monitoring solution, we will notify you as soon as any compromise related to your firm’s domain name appears on the web. Our dark web monitoring solution scours thousands of sites on the dark web that sell stolen data to watch for any compromises related to your firm. As soon as the compromise is identified, we notify our clients so that they can undertake defensive actions, such as changing password, purchasing credit monitoring, etc., before any real damage is done.
What about Owners and Executive Personal Emails?
Usually hackers know the names of owners and c-level executives, who are highly compensated, and go after their email credentials as part of the overall nefarious strategy. Our dark web monitoring typically also includes up to 5 private emails of company executives all in one package.
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Interested in a Test Drive?
Call us at (314) 696-6725 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a scan of your company’s domain, plus your private email addresses. We will let you know what we find. You can also fill out this form to request a scan. You can also schedule a meeting with our representative now.
Email Phishing Simulations
Do you know the average downtime in Q1, 2019, due to a ransomware attack was 7.3 days?
Do you also know that email phishing remains the primary source of all ransomware attacks?
Are you concerned that your employees will fall victim to phishing campaign despite being informed to watch out for such emails? Furthermore, are you wondering if there is a better training solution out there?
There is no Better Training than Experience!
It’s been shown repeatedly that online and classroom training sessions don’t work on most employees. Many don’t pay attention and suffer from “Its not going to happen to me” syndrome. The best way to train employees is to send them random phishing campaigns. These campaigns are designed to send employees emails that look like phishing emails, but without the malicious content. If an employee opens such an email, and downloads an attachment or clicks on a link, the employee is then notified that he/she just fell victim to a fake phishing campaign. We maintain the results of these phishing campaigns and then share it with our clients.
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Call us at (314) 696-6725 or email us at email@example.com to talk to our company’s representative. You can also fill out this form or schedule a meeting now.