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Each week in “The Week in Breach,” here at DTS InfoTech, and partnering with ID Agent, we publish the top threats of the Dark Web.
Whom are we protecting? Businesses!
Cybercriminals Broke New Ground on the Dark Web and so Did Dark Web ID.
An enormous increase in cybercrime, combined with new information hitting dark web data markets, meant expansion for everyone on the dark web in 2020. And where bad actors go to do their business, so too does Dark Web ID to guard against credential compromise.
What are we monitoring?
Using human and machine intelligence we analyze the dark web 24/7/365 to alert clients if your protected credentials pop up in a dark web market, including the 20,773 domains, 17,259 personal email addresses, and 8,832 IP addresses that added to our watch lists in 2020.
Whom are we protecting?
A growing number of organizations that enjoy peace of mind from dark web threats include nearly 4,000 partners (protecting more than 40,000 small businesses) and more than 150 mid-market enterprises.
How many compromised credentials did we uncover?
Way too many. And the possibilities for a compromise that all businesses face grow every day. In 2020, we pulled 10,924,662 compromises for the domains we monitor, and 24,254 compromises for monitored email accounts.
Increased Cybercrime Is the Forecast for 2021 and Beyond.
Cybercrime isn’t going anywhere but up. Businesses face greater risks than ever before from an abundance of dark web data-related cyberattacks, and a constant onslaught of phishing. In a challenging economy, cybercriminals are working harder too.
Is your defense ready?
Conclusion: Can you defend your company against a data breach? Are you sure?
If not, DTS InfoTech Can Help
Most small businesses do not have the expertise, tech-savvy, or time to defend their companies.
If this describes you, we can help. If you would like more information, please give us a call. The call is FREE!
Thanks for watching!
Wally Moore/Business Development Manager
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