What Is The Dark Web?
The Dark Web is the part of the internet that cannot be searched by search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing. Think of webpages like your online bank account, emails, and medical records (in short, anything that requires a personal password to access). With special software all of this information can be accessed by thieves and hackers. Identity thieves use the Dark Web to buy and sell personal information. Digital credentials like your email and password are especially lucrative to hackers as they potentially connect you and your employees to critical business information.
The Risks Are Real.
- $150 MILLION
That’s what the average cost of a SINGLE data breach will exceed by 2020.
- 2 BILLION IN JUST 6 MONTHS
That’s how many records were LOST or STOLEN in data breaches in 2017.
- 60% of businesses CLOSE THEIR DOORS
after a cyber attack.
- ONE-HALF of small businesses
have already experienced data breaches in the last 12 months.
So Why Not Take 4 Seconds Now To Protect Yourself,
Protect Your Company And Protect Your Customers
Our 100% FREE and 100% confidential Dark Web Scan is your first line of defense. Simply fill out the form on this page with your name and company email address (yes, it has to be your company email).
Within 24-48 hours, you’ll have your report. Hopefully it will be ALL CLEAR you can breathe easy and resume business as usual. But if your company, your profits and/or your customers turn out to be AT RISK, we’ll simply dig a little deeper to make sure you’re protected.
About Meeting Tree Computer’s Dark Web Security Service.
How It Works
At Meeting Tree Computer we monitor our clients’ systems 24x7x365 days per year. Attacks on networks may be inevitable, but they don’t have to be destructive. Dark Web ID from ID Agent allows us to proactively monitor all your systems. It sends us alerts in real time so we can notify you immediately when critical assets are compromised, and before they can be used for identity theft, data breaches, or other crimes.
Cybersecurity doesn’t have to be too overwhelming, expensive or complicated. The first step to protecting your business is understanding your risk.