Nearly 60 million Americans have been affected by identity theft, according to a 2018 online survey by The Harris Poll.
During 2018, the Consumer Sentinel Network took in nearly 3 million reports, an increase from 2017.
Fraud:1.4million(48%of all reports)
Identity theft:444,602(15%) Other:1.1million(38%) Imposter Scams are the top report category in 2018(18% of all reports).
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With the ever growing data breaches of corporations across the county, the safety and security of your business' employees and intellectual property is urgently important. Monitoring the dark web has become a critical component to the privacy of your information. Once your company is set up in our system, we will continually monitor the deep web and the dark web, alerting your team in realtime of any adverse information that has been compromised.
The Dark Web is a small part of the web, but one of the most dangerous areas to venture into on your own. Hackers, criminals, and hit men all live in the dark web and know their way around. We take the risk of finding dark web information out of the equation for you.
Our specialists are trained on multiple software platforms. Knowledgable within our field we know where to turn and how to identify dark web information on your behalf.
Corporations, businesses, investigators and law enforcement professionals all have one thing in common, each inquiry provided is different and unique.
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The Dark Web is like a secret operation that can compromise your reputation and your company's information.The US Government agrees. Read what was recently published on the subject:
“The Darknet is ever-changing and increasingly more intricate, making locating and targeting those selling illicit items on this platform more complicated,” Derek Benner, executive associate director of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), said in a statement.
The Feds are serious about Dark Web Monitoring. On Tuesday, June 26, 2018, a bill passed the House Foreign Affairs Committee calling on the White House to develop a publicly available list of advanced persistent threat groups named by the U.S. government. The bill is called the Cyber Deterrence and Response Act of 2018.