ITsavvy Announces Best Protection from Dark Web Compromise
July 26, 2018
ADDISON, Ill.–ITsavvy, a complete security solution provider, just announced the expansion of available services to include dark web monitoring and defense. This is an additional layer of security that ITsavvy is offering for the first time.
Front and center in today’s news, the dark web uses the same framework and networks the familiar Internet uses. The difference is that the dark web isn’t indexed by any search engines, including Google and Yahoo!. Dark web pages are anonymous and the content can’t be accessed with regular web browsing tools; specialized software is required to make dark web networks accessible.
The dark web is a miasma of hidden chat rooms, private websites, networks and technologies all working together to profit from stolen information. One of the most prolific and successful ways perpetrators smuggle data is by uncovering credentials—even encrypted credentials.
ITsavvy’s dark web protection solution guards organizations and individual employees from the consequences of compromised credentials. It monitors credentials on the dark web and alerts subscribers to a potential corporate email/password breach.
In all, ITsavvy’s dark web monitoring solution:
- Monitors compromised credentials
- Protects against a breach with early detection
- Safeguards the personal credentials of targeted executives
- Automatically identifies and filters results
- Responds to compromise, ahead of a breach
- Sends instant email/text alerts and notifications when credentials appear on the dark web
ITsavvy President and CEO Mike Theriault said, “Although these types of dark web attacks on networks may be inevitable, they don’t have to be destructive. Through our 24/7/365 proactive monitoring of stolen and compromised data followed by immediate notification, our clients can respond before irreparable damage occurs.”