While we can’t say definitively that the data we’ve discovered has already been used to exploit your organization, the fact that we are able to identify this data should be very concerning. Organizations should consult their internal or external IT and/or security teams to determine if they have suffered a cyber incident or data breach.
Does the identification of my organization’s exposed credentials mean we are being targeted by hackers?
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- How do I subscribe or unsubscribe a Daily/Monthly Dark Web ID Compromise Report email notifications?
- I see fake emails (false positives). Why is this important?
- How are the stolen or exposed credentials found on the Dark Web ID?
- What is the Dark Web?
- What does password criteria mean?
- Some of this data is old and includes employees that are no longer working for us. Doesn’t this mean we are not at risk?
- Identified method used to capture/ steal data: how was the data stolen or compromised?
- Does the identification of my organization’s exposed credentials mean we are being targeted by hackers?
- Data source locations & descriptions: where do we find data?
- How does Dark Web ID help protect my organization?
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