Dark Web Monitoring Overview

The visibility needed to detect fraud and track threat actors.

The dark web is a mysterious unknown for many organizations. Unfortunately, gaining visibility into these locations is extremely challenging - it requires a knowledge of the criminal underground, logins to underground sites, and technology that's capable of monitoring these sources.

SearchLight monitors across sources where criminals are active, no matter is that is on the open, deep, or dark web. This includes continually monitoring and indexing hundreds of millions of dark web pages, pastes, criminal forums, Telegram, IRC, and I2P pages. In addition to our technology, our closed sources team works to gain new access, develop personas, build trust, and produce intelligence reports on the latest cybercriminal trends.

Even with great coverage, it's often challenging for organizations to get value from dark web sources; it's often noisy and irrelevant. That's why SearchLight looks for specific risks to your organization across the open, deep and dark web; automatically alerting you to exposed credentials and other forms of exposed data. Our team will also provide you with analysis of the latest trends in these criminal locations.

For organizations with the time and resources to conduct further research, Shadow Search provides a powerful way to search across our indexed data to track threat actors, campaigns, and identify instances of fraud.

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