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Every few seconds, an SMB pays a ransom
of all data breaches are due to weak or stolen passwords
Cyberattacks are now the leading cause of bankruptcy in SMBs
of all businesses hit with a cyberattack go bankrupt within 6 months
Average cost of data breach
The dark web is a part of the internet that provides anonymous and secure communication channels that are not able to be found by search engines. It is home to a number of criminal activities including the trafficking of stolen personal identifiable information, trafficking of drugs, illegal sales of weapons and more.
A dark web monitoring tool is important for businesses for several reasons including but not limited to:
Without a dark web monitoring tool it can be hours, days or months before you realize accounts at your organization are compromised. This can place your organization and all of its sensitive data at risk of being breached – possibly costing you millions of dollars to fix and permanently damaging your reputation.
Keeper BreachWatch is a dark web monitoring add-on feature that works with Keeper Password Manager. BreachWatch constantly monitors the dark web for breached passwords that match the ones stored in your vault.
When BreachWatch detects a breached credential, an automatic notification is sent to you – allowing you to take action immediately to update it. When you update your credentials using Keeper, your new credentials are automatically saved in your vault under the same record. If you decide to ignore the alert, the record will not be scanned again and your vault will continue to show that the record is at risk.
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To learn more, visit BreachWatch for Business.
Credentials associated with acmecorp.com were stolen in a public data breach and are available to cybercriminals on the dark web.Show Scan Results