What is Dark Web Monitoring
According to the Verizon 2023 DBIR, 86% of all breaches involve stolen or weak passwords. Malicious users don’t need to break in when they can simply log in. Reduce your risk of ransomware and other serious attacks by resetting leaked passwords before they’re exploited.
Early Data Breach Detection and Response
Easy Integration with Your CTI Toolset
Instant Alerts for Quick Incident Response
Monitor Dark Web for Data Leakage with the #1 Platform Trusted by Great Companies from All Over the World
Our team uses Breachsense data to gain initial access during pen testing and red team engagements. The API is simple to use and the support is always helpful and responds quickly.
Our Security Colony platform relies on Breachsense data as part of our dark web monitoring service. The data is continuously updated and high quality. Highly recommend!
We rely on Breachsense for a lot of data. Their frequent database updates, constant availability, and handling of big and small breaches alike means we are always covered.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Dark Web Monitoring?
Dark web monitoring is the process of monitoring the dark web (dark web forums and dark web sites) for mentions of specific individuals, brands, phone numbers, other compromised credentials, and other types of sensitive information. With data breaches becoming increasingly common, ongoing dark web monitoring is essential for ensuring the safety of your customers' and employees’ sensitive personal information.
How Does Dark Web Monitoring Work?
Breachsense is a dark web monitoring solution that continuously tracks millions of online sources, including IRC and Telegram channels, private cybercrime communities, ransomware marketplaces, and more. Your security team is notified the moment there are any mentions of your:
- Employee or customer account credentials or other sensitive data
- Login credentials to your C-level executive accounts
- Credentials for remote access servers like SSH, Remote Desktop, and FTP
- Internal company emails or documents
- Employee corporate or government-issued IDs
How Data Breach Monitoring Helps Prevent Cybercrime?
Dark web monitoring helps you detect data breaches in your organization in real time, notifying you the moment there’s a mention of any sensitive information related to your organization. While you won’t be able to delete these mentions on the dark web, you will be able to apply preventative measures by canceling accounts, changing passwords, and so on, mitigating any potential damage.