Many people are surprised to learn that there is an entire part of the internet that’s hidden and only accessible through special browsers and networks. This area of the web is known as the dark web. It's a space that's often used for criminal activity, such as selling drugs and weapons, or buying and selling sensitive information like credit card and Social Security numbers.
How dark web monitoring can secure your business data and assets
What do businesses need to know about the dark web?
As the cybersecurity landscape evolves, business owners need to protect their organization from emerging security threats. Aside from malware and phishing, the dark web is also becoming a concern.
What is the dark web?
The dark web is an area of the internet only accessible using special web browsers like Tor.
What are distributed spam distraction attacks?
The average person goes through anywhere between one and a dozen assorted emails per day, but have you ever experienced receiving a few thousand emails in a span of a few hours? If so, you may be experiencing a distributed spam distraction (DSD) attack. Here are some things you should know about it: What is […]
The threat of distributed spam distraction
You wouldn’t think that cybercriminals would carry out their nefarious schemes in plain sight — except that they do and you’ve probably already fallen victim to them. Learn all about a scheme called distributed spam distraction (DSD) and how malicious actors are using it to steal valuable information from their victims. What is DSD? DSD […]
Don’t fall for distributed spam distraction
Users get around 200 emails in their inbox a day, including work messages, automated payment slips, and everyone’s least favorite email, spam. Spam messages are mostly harmless, but when you get more than 10,000 of them flooding your inbox, you’re probably the victim of a special type of spam attack. Understanding DSD Distributed Spam Distraction […]