If you are looking for French Hens or Golden Rings you won’t find them here. Reis Informatica is giving you the gift of tips and tricks to help keep your business safe and secure this holiday season. Check out today's tip below on dark web monitoring!
The dark web is a place where personal and financial information goes to be sold once obtained. This is the same for business data, with emails and passwords for sale to people wishing to do bad deeds. They are definitely getting coal in their stocking this year!
This hidden network of websites requires a special web browser to access. It's hidden from search engines and allows users to mask their IP addresses. The dark web's privacy serves as a venue for people who want to stay hidden, whether that's for innocuous reasons, or because they're involved in crime. Including identity theft!
If someone has managed to steal your social insurance number or other private information, they may try to sell it on the dark web to someone who wants to use it to commit fraud. Dark web monitoring can help you keep your identity safe and, in doing so, protect your finances.
Cybercriminals aren't likely to let up anytime soon. Actually, it is only getting worse! It is extremely important to do everything you can to safeguard your information. Monitoring your online information via dark web monitoring, especially through services that do all the legwork like Reis Informatica can let you sleep a little better. So contact us today to see how we can help!
We hope all of this festive cheer and advice is useful and can be used to ensure you get presents and not coal in the company stocking this year!
Check back next week for another tip! And don’t forget to spread the word on LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram for your chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card!
1. Read our blog post (Yea! You have already done this!)
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3. Follow our page on LinkedIn, Facebook or Instagram
4. Tag 2 peers in the comments
Bonus points if you share!! The winner will be announced on January 4, 2022.