Dark Web Monitoring to Protect Your Business

Get notified when your user credentials are compromised so you can take action and contain the threat

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Today, every business is at risk for data breaches. You need to be aware that a black market for stolen business information exists on the Dark Web — the hard-to-reach parts of the internet where cybercriminals do their work. The exposure of info such as your customer’s credit card numbers or company login information has devastating repercussions sooner or later. What’s more, you likely won’t even realize you’ve been compromised until your data has been bought and used by someone else, but there is a solution.

We will recommend the right Dark Web monitoring tool for your business to safely scan for compromised data. Our experienced consultants will also collaborate with you to put an incident response plan in place that minimizes exposure and damage, and implement a staff training program to ensure everyone is contributing to your security. With our guidance, you’ll not only be able to respond faster and more effectively to a data breach, but also prevent one from happening in the first place.

But that’s not all; we believe in proactive defense. To fortify your defenses, we will implement a comprehensive staff training program, empowering every member of your team to contribute to your organization’s security posture. With IT Radix as your guide, you’ll not only be equipped to respond swiftly and effectively in the event of a data breach, but you’ll also possess the tools and knowledge to avoid common threats.  Your digital fortress awaits—let us help you secure it. 

To protect your company's data from being sold on the Dark Web, we will:

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Assist you in choosing what identifiable information to monitor and mark to receive timely warnings when it’s discovered on marketplaces

Implement tools and training to shorten incident recovery response times and mitigate further damage

Train employees to spot and prevent data breaches before they happen by reinforcing best practices

Hold regular assessments to test your business’ response to a data breach to improve your capabilities