Are Your Business Credentials For Sale on the Dark Web? 

Envision Consulting’s Dark Web Monitoring Services and Free Dark Web Scan can find your compromised employee credentials.  Don’t wait for an attack, the best defense is a good offense when it comes to cybersecurity.  

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Compromised employee credentials are a best-seller on the dark web.

Have your business’ passwords, usernames, email addresses or other essential assets been hacked? If so, they on the  Dark Web for sale to cybercriminals. What’s more, if you don’t have the right tools in place, you might not even know anything about it until it’s too late.

Envision Consulting’s Dark Web Monitoring offers Dark Web Scanning services that help save your business data from cyber criminals on the dark web. 

What Is The Dark Web?

The Dark Web is part of the web that aren’t visible in Google, Bing or any other mainstream search engines.  The dark web can’t be accessed using conventional web browsers such as Safari, Edge or Chrome. 

A diverse, decentralized network that’s impossible to control or shut down. Credit card and bank account log-in details, drugs, weapons, stolen subscriptions, counterfeit currency, and the latest hacking software are bought and sold there. So are digital credentials from businesses like yours.

Experts estimate that cyber-criminals use at least 50% of Dark Web sites for illegal transactions. 


What Are The Benefits of Dark Web Monitoring Services?

Identifying leaked passwords that are available or for sale on the Dark Web

Identifying data breaches that may include your personally identifiable information (PII).

Identifying employees that may be using work accounts for personal use or browsing internet sites that they shouldn’t. 

Identifying old email accounts or addresses that are still active and contain compromised information

Dark Web Monitoring scans allows Envision Consulting to protect your organization from unwanted access or attacks that may occur due to a single compromised password.