January 24, 2019 – Yesterday, Total hosted its first-ever Lunch & Learn focusing on the Dark Web. The Dark Web is the part of the Internet that isn’t visible to search engines and requires the use of an anonymizing browser to be accessed. Research suggests that approximately 60% of the Dark Web hosts illicit material. For example, you can buy credit card numbers, drugs, guns, software that helps criminals break into other people’s computers, and more.
With Total’s newest cybersecurity layer of defense, Dark Web Monitoring, we can help businesses keep their employees credentials off the Dark Web. With this service, we offer 24/7/365 monitoring of the Dark Web with immediate notification when compromised credentials are found before they are used for identity theft, data breaches, or other crimes.
Attendees were certainly intrigued and were able to view the cybersecurity service in action with a live search on the Dark Web.
Pictured below is our Dark Web analyst, Agent K., who ran live searches for attendees.