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Sensitive Information Used on Dark Web?

The dark web is a collection of anonymous websites that are publicly available, yet hide the IP addresses to make it impossible for users to identify the host. It’s very common that sensitive information made available by data breaches ends up becoming available illicitly for sale on the dark web.

According to the 2019 Global State of Cybersecurity in Small and Medium-Sized Businesses report, 63% of businesses reported an incident involving the loss of sensitive information about customers and employees in the past year. What would you do if you knew your customers’ information has been compromised in a public data breach? You’d probably get ready to show the security services that can help them protect employee credentials and company data.

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