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What is the Dark Web?
Your Business Credentials: A Hacker’s Pay-Day
The Dark Web is made up of digital communities that sit on top of the Internet, and while there are legitimate purposes to the Dark Web, it is estimated that over 50% of all sites on the Dark Web are used for criminal activities, including the disclosure and sale of business credentials.
40% of users replicate the same password
Why We’re All Vulnerable
Passwords are a 20th century solution to a 21st century problem. Unfortunately, usernames and passwords – the most common digital credentials used today – are all that stands between your employees and vital online services including corporate networks, social media sites, e-commerce sites and others.
- Hackers trade user details to carry out numerous types of extortion from hacking computers systems to planting ransomware and diverting funds by changing bank details in the supply chain invoices.
Protecting Small businesses.
Dark Web Monitoring
Security Awareness Training
Vulnerable Credentials Alert
Email Phishing Simulation Training
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How to Protect Yourself
At Sevenoaks Computers, we specialise in protecting small businesses from falling victim to increasingly complex threats. We offer Dark Web Monitoring to identify exposed credentials and alert our customers before hackers can do harm.
We also offer our Security Awareness Training platform in order to train your employees to recognize and avoid phishing attacks and other malicious activities targeting human vulnerability
- Clean desk policy
- Good password practices
- How to avoid phishing scams
- Internet safety & social media
- Malware awareness
- Multi factor authentication
- Office physical security
- Understanding common types of data breach
Get in touch with us today
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If you would like to learn more about protecting your business, our Dark Web Monitoring and Training services please get in contact using the form below.
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