Are your business passwords for sale on the Dark Web right now?
Unfortunately, data breaches of large retailers and other organizations have become commonplace. When a large company has user login data stolen, what happens to it? It’s often put up for sale on the Dark Web.
Sometimes breached companies don’t contact compromised users for months after an attack. That can be too late when it comes to a compromise of your bank account or other business cloud accounts.
Tigris Cybersecurity offers Dark Web monitoring to give you an early detection alert if any of your business information is found on the Dark Web.
Why Does My Business Need Dark Web Monitoring?
- Users Often Use the Same Password Multiple Places
If one of your employees is impacted by a breach of a work account password, it’s not usually only that one account that’s impacted. A majority of users reuse a password across multiple accounts. Meaning you could have multiple business cloud accounts at risk if you are in the dark about a breach.
- Early Detection Means You Can Mitigate the Damage
The sooner you know about a password compromise, the faster you can change passwords and put other measures in place to protect your company (like two-factor authentication). Out Dark Web monitoring service continually scans Dark Web marketplaces and lets you know immediately if your business details are found so you can take action.
- Businesses Suffer Identity Theft Too
Identity theft isn’t only perpetrated on individuals. Criminals with just enough of your business data can apply for loans or credit cards in your company name, racking up thousands of dollars in debt before you even know it. The faster you know if any of your details are for sale on the Dark Web, the better you can protect yourself from monetary losses and a big headache.
Dark Web monitoring is an important insurance policy to keep your company protected. Find out more by contacting us at 908-879-1839.