Are Your Digital Credentials For Sale on the Dark Web?
Throughout your organization.
24/7 • 365
• Hidden chat rooms
• Private websites
• Peer-to-peer networks
• IRC (internet relay chat) channels
• Social media platforms
• Black market sites
• 640,000+ botnets
Compromised emails daily.
Online criminals can hide from you— but they can’t hide from Dark Web ID.
Dark Web ID from Trinity Worldwide Technologies detects your compromised credentials in real-time on the Dark Web. Using a proprietary technology, we vigilantly search the most secretive corners of the Internet to find compromised credentials associated with your company, contractors and other personnel, and notifies you immediately when these critical assets are compromised, before they are used for identity theft, data breaches or other crimes.
Attacks on networks may be inevitable, but they don’t have to be destructive. Proactive monitoring of stolen and compromised data alerts us when a threat is detected so we can respond immediately.
How Dark Web ID Protects Your Business
• Delivers the same advanced credential monitoring capabilities used by Fortune 500 companies to companies of your size.
• Connects to multiple Dark Web services including Tor, I2P and Freenet, to search for compromised credentials, without requiring you to connect any of your software or hardware to these high-risk services directly.
• Proactive solution provides real-time awareness of compromised credentials before identity theft or data breaches occur.
Why It Is So Important
• Compromised credentials are used to conduct further criminal activity, such as data breaches of sensitive corporate information, as well as identity theft of individual employees.
• Users often have the same password for multiple services, such as network logon, social media, online stores and other services, exponentially increasing the potential damage from a single compromised username and password.
• Today, you have limited visibility into when your credentials are stolen; over 75% compromised credentials are reported to the victim organization by a third party, such as law enforcement.