When cyber criminals want access to your company’s email accounts, mail servers, web servers, and more they go to the dark web.
The dark web is a loose collection of chat rooms, forums, and marketplaces where access to company assets is bought and sold on a massive scale.
Buying access to employee accounts on the dark web is where 1 in 5 malicious data breaches start.
Falling victim to a data breach can be devastating for your company’s reputation.
A data breach can be expensive too! IBM found mid-sized companies spent an average of $3.86m per breach.
Having just one security analyst in-house to monitor for the signs leading up to a data breach will cost you $100,000 per year on average.