Deep Web Threat Intel
Gain Visibility of Exposure on the Dark and Deep Web
What is Dark Web Monitoring?
Dark web monitoring is the process of automatically, continuously and anonymously collecting data from hidden sources in the dark web. These sources include Tor, I2P, encrypted chats, hacker forums and many more. We index this information within our Close Digital Protection platform to provide you situational awareness and visibility of who is talking about you and your brand in the dark web.
Benefits of Dark Web Monitoring
Assess you or your brands exposure in the deep and dark web
Detect criminals and threat actors mentioning your name
Prioritise actionable intelligence over noise
Monitor and protect executives and persons of interest
Never have to travel to the deep and dark web to see the data
We detect, monitor and investigate digital threats facing individuals, businesses, law enforcement and large enterprises.
Deep Web Defined
The deep web accounts for approximately 90% of all websites. It consists of social media, forums, databases, news and blogs that are not indexed by standard web search engines. The deep web is in between the surface web and the dark web.
Dark Web Defined
The dark web lies at the bottom of the iceberg. It refers to websites that are not accessible by normal web browsers. The dark web is not indexed by Google or any main-stream search engine and required specific software and authentication. The Dark Web is commonly used by threat actors to share and sell illicit information.