The Dark Web is a part of the Internet that is not visible to search engines and usually is accessible only by means of special software. Monitoring the Dark Web enables a business to discover if any of its confidential data has been placed there. As a result, an organization can limit the damage of a data breach and take necessary action to protect its business, staff, and clients from a potential attack.


Security awareness training is a strategy used by IT and security professionals to prevent and mitigate user risk. It helps employees understand proper cyber-hygiene, the security risks associated with their actions and to identify cyber-attacks they may encounter via email and the web.

Simulated Phishing

Phishing is popular with cybercriminals because it enables them to steal financial and personal information by exploiting human behavior. It can lead to data breaches, reputational damage, and high costs. Simulated Phishing enables your organization to send a realistic phishing email to employees to gauge their awareness of attacks and to learn how to respond to them.

Vulnerability Management

This is the ongoing process of identifying, evaluating, reporting on, and remediating cyber vulnerabilities across endpoints, workloads, and systems. The goal is to keep computer systems, networks, and enterprise applications safe from cyberattacks and data breaches. This vital management strategy enables organizations to prioritize possible threats and prevent attacks or minimize damage if one does occur. (See also Vulnerability Assessment.)