Continuous Dark Web Monitoring Across the Entirety of the Dark Web
Understanding the criminal underground in the dark web is difficult. As the dark web evolves, new threats emerge, originating from open, deep, and dark web sources, including ToR, I2P sites, IRC and Telegram channels, criminal forums and marketplaces, paste sites and more. Nailing down who exactly has what company, employee, or customer data can be impossible.
Many solutions offer dark web monitoring that is hard to parse and difficult to glean actionable insight. Cut through noisy and complex logs and understand what threats pose the most significant impact on your organization with Bolster’s complete dark web monitoring platform.
The Easiest Way To Understand Dark Web Threats Targeting Your Business
With Bolster Dark Web Monitoring you can change what it means to monitor your business on the dark web. Designed for actionable insight, Bolster’s Dark Web Monitoring allows our customers to gather threat intelligence across the dark web and predict how threat actors will behave and target your business.
With better insight into where threats truly exist, you can take better action against dark web threats.
Our technology provides insight into:
Phishing kits for sale
See what phishing kits exist against your brand at any given moment.
Gain visibility into what compromised company data exists on the dark web, including specific credit card numbers, PII, or passwords.
Leaked IP data
Get an exact count of compromised IP addresses.
See the hacker identity or group associated with a given breach.
Comprehensive Coverage Of Dark Web Channels
Bolster provides customers with the most expansive dark web scans on the market. With Dark Web Monitoring across four major categories, businesses can trust no stone is left unturned.
132 Monitoring Dark Web Marketplaces
117 Monitored Dark Web Forums
52 Monitored Telegram Channels
46 Monitored Ransomware Services
Navigate Evolving Threats With a Trusted Dark Web Monitoring Tool
Protect Your Brand Reputation
Don’t Let Threats Go Unnoticed
Visualize Dark Web Data Better Than Before
Take Back Control of Your Data with Instant Visibility into Dark Web Threats
Bolster’s comprehensive Dark Web Monitoring dashboard and searching capabilities make combating dark web threats a manageable task for businesses of all sizes.
Understand Early Warnings of Targeted Attacks
Get visibility into illicit activity such as malware and phishing kits, pre-built exploits, and underground activity and chatter. Bolster allows organizations to easily identify criminal intentions and predict how threat actors will behave.
Discover Hacking Tools, Exploit Kits, and Relevant Chatter
Leave the guessing game behind. Monitoring the forums and channels on the dark web allows organizations to uncover hacker tactics and tools used to launch attacks, test for weaknesses, and cause potential data breaches.
Set Up Instant and Curated Responses to Threats
Every organization has specific needs for dark web risk mitigation based on their vertical, size, and business goals. Select a curated response to breach data and threats on the dark web to have the most effective risk mitigation strategy internally.
Count on a Team of Experts for 24/7 Support
Rely on a team of dark web experts that can help you not only monitor your adversaries, but offer real time support 24/7/365. Bolster’s support team will help you parse through the threats and implement strong security controls in response to potential data breaches.
How Bolster for Dark Web Monitoring Works
Bolster is able collect, analyze, and cache data and then organize reports in a comprehensive visualization for companies to get actionable insight.
Leveraging patented machine learning and natural language processing, organizations can not only get an easy-to-use, intuitive, and consumable dashboard, they can get risk level recommendations and see predicted future threats.
Get 24/7 Support
Start Your Integration
Frequently Asked Questions
The dark web refers to a hidden part of the internet that is not accessible through traditional search engines or browsers. It is often used for illicit activities, where users can remain anonymous and transactions can be conducted using cryptocurrencies. There is a great deal of privacy and anonymity that comes with using the dark web compared to traditional websites, which makes it a prime space for malicious actors.
The dark web can pose significant dangers to businesses. Criminals operating on the dark web have the ability to access powerful information that can cause considerable harm, including data breaches and financial losses. Here are a few reasons why the dark web can be dangerous for businesses:
**Data Breaches**: The dark web has become a marketplace for leaked and stolen company data. If your organization experiences a data breach, there is a high likelihood that the sensitive information will end up on the dark web. This can lead to reputational damage, regulatory fines, and potential legal consequences.
**Sale of Hacking Tools and Services**: The dark web provides a platform for cybercriminals to sell various hacking tools, malware, and services. These tools can be used by attackers to exploit vulnerabilities in your business’s systems, leading to unauthorized access, data theft, or operational disruptions.
**Stolen Credentials**: Criminals frequently target individuals and businesses, attempting to obtain login credentials and user information. These stolen credentials can then be sold on the dark web, allowing cybercriminals to gain unauthorized access to your company’s systems, networks, or accounts. This can lead to further data breaches, financial fraud, or even identity theft.
**Ransomware Attacks**: The dark web is often used as a platform for ransomware attacks. Cybercriminals can deploy ransomware that encrypts your business’s critical data, demanding payment in exchange for its release. These attacks can result in significant financial losses, operational disruptions, and reputational damage if not mitigated effectively.
Dark web monitoring services, like Bolster’s , play a crucial role in helping businesses detect and respond to threats originating from the dark web.
Dark web monitoring is a service that tracks and monitors the dark web for any instances of data breaches or stolen credentials that may affect your business. By monitoring the dark web, you can proactively identify potential security breaches and take measures to protect your sensitive data. Effective dark web monitoring tools find stolen or leaked information, such as compromised passwords, credentials, intellectual property, and other sensitive data being shared and sold among criminals operating on the dark web.
With cyber threats becoming increasingly prevalent, businesses need a proactive approach to cybersecurity. Dark web monitoring is an essential tool for identifying any data breaches or stolen credentials that may affect your business, allowing you to take swift action before any significant damage is done.
Businesses face a range of threats on the dark web, including the sale of sensitive data, hacking tools for targeted attacks, and ransomware attacks. These threats can lead to severe reputational damage, financial losses, and legal consequences if not detected early on.
Bolster’s dark web monitoring service uses advanced algorithms to scan the dark web for any instances of stolen credentials or data breaches that may impact your business. Our platform aggregates data from multiple sources and analyzes it to provide a comprehensive overview of any threats to your business. Bolster leverages patented machine learning and natural language processing so organizations can not only get an easy-to-use, intuitive, and consumable dashboard, they can also get risk level recommendations and see predict future threats.
While Bolster’s expansive monitoring and detection technology will identify and track threats that exist on the dark web, we aren’t able to engage with threat actors on the dark web to have your company data removed. Removing data from the dark web is complicated strategy because there is no way to verify whether or not a threat actor has been true to their word in removing that data. In fact, most companies have policies against meeting threat actor demands such as paying for decrypting ransomware.
Instead, Bolster helps you mitigate the risk that you can control by identifying threat data on the dark web, categorizing the threat, and giving your organization actionable insight into how to prevent that dark web data from further exposing your organization to risk of a breach. For example, if we detect a business credit card information is being sold on the dark web, we will give you the BIN numbers and allow your team to address that problem with mitigation strategies such as freezing accounts and/or sending out new credit cards to your impacted consumers.