Dark Web Monitoring

Dark Web Monitoring


Every day, there are thousands of businesses being exploited by cybercriminals around the globe who are actively selling company assets and individual identities to an encrypted community on the internet.

To get a better understanding of the size of the Dark Web, let’s explore the landscape of the internet. Imagine the Internet as an iceberg floating in the water. Envision the portion above the water would be the public web, these are the sites that search engines show when you make a search. While the iceberg below the surface where the mass of its body resides, is the Deep Web. Then within the nooks and crannies of the Deep Web lies the Dark Web.

The size of the Dark Web is estimated to be 500 times larger than the Google, Bing and other search engine websafe indexes combined, and is growing exponentially every day. The Dark Web community holds a huge amount of stolen data that can be easily purchased by hackers and criminals.


This can be email accounts, confidential security data, private phone numbers or user name and password configurations to break into critical business applications.


Personal information such as SS number, account security questions or other information that can be used by a criminal to pretend he’s the account holder.


Credit card, bank accounts, assets or any financial information that can be used to steal away money from someone else savings.


Protecting the digital assets held by companies has become an incredibly critical priority over the last decade. No matter how advanced a network infrastructure is, just a single compromised credential is all it takes to put your business at risk of a data breach.

Our Dark Web monitoring services combine both human and sophisticated Dark Web intelligence with search capabilities to identify, analyze and proactively monitor your company’s compromised or stolen data that is available on the Dark Web.

Call us now at 503-850-3055 for a free consultation regarding how our Dark Web scans and monitoring services can help secure your organization’s data!

  • Private sites, blogs and social media
  • Peer to peer networks
  • Black market e-commerce
  • IRC channels and hidden chat rooms
  • Private listings and bulletins
  • and more