The Dark web is a term you have probably heard before. It sounds like a scary, secret, and illegal part of the internet. That’s where hackers spend their time doing hacker-y things. What could the dark web have to do with you? What could the dark web have to do with your business? Here at Aspis, one of our specialties is dark web monitoring and this blog is all about why that is so important.

What is dark web monitoring?

Like most people,  you have probably never gone on the dark web. However, that doesn’t mean that you’re safe. Through data breaches, anyone’s information could end up on the dark web. Remember that T-Mobile data breach (link to our blog about it) from a while ago? That is exactly how your information could end up on the dark web. What about if your passwords get compromised? Same situation. In fact, there’s a ton of information that regularly gets passed around on the dark web. This includes:

Social Security Numbers

Credit Card Information

Email Account Information

Bank Account Information

Phone Numbers

Medical ID Numbers

Passport Information

This list could go on for pages and pages. In short, any important information about you could get shared on the dark web without you even knowing about it. 

What Can You Do?

This all seems like a lot of scary information. It is. This is where we come in. Dark web monitoring services can help protect you or your business from things like this. How? Essentially, we use software that searches that dark web for your specific data. If our system finds your info, we notify you and remove the information. It really is that simple. 

Aspis is Here for You

Here at Aspis, one of our premier commercial services is dark web monitoring. We can keep your information safe wherever you are. Aspis is a cybersecurity consulting company based out of Kansas City, MO. However, we also have offices in Minnesota and Washington D.C. Whether you’re near those locations or need our services remotely, we are here for you. Aspis offers a lot more than just dark web monitoring though. Whether you’re a small business or a large government agency, we can help protect you. Our business is protecting your business. For more information about Aspis, check out our website, and don’t forget to follow us on social media.

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