24/7 Monitoring of your domain on the Dark Web for just £40 per domain, per month
DARK WEB SCANNING
An introduction to Dark Web Scanningwith Cloud4
The infamous 'Dark Web' is likely to be the first place your sensitive data will appear if you have experienced a breach.
A breach can happen directly or as part of a bigger hack where a service you use has been compromised and your data leaked with thousands of others.
Our 24/7 Dark Web Scanning tool works in the background, constantly checking the Dark Web for any potential breaches across all your email addresses and automatically alerts you as well as giving you a monthly report.
You can protect your business with Cloud4 and setup Dark Web Scanning for the limited time price of just £40 per month.
No, you simply pay for every domain that you'd like us to monitor and every email address under that domain will be picked up automatically.
There is a limit of 250 email addresses per domain, so if you have more than 250 addresses, you would just need to purchase an additional package at £40 for every extra 250 you needed.
How is your tool better than the others out there?
A Dark Web Scanning Tool is only as good as the data it checks against. We are proud to be partnered with the world's largest and current breach database which is constantly updated.
Most tools available check against old data and return results for breaches that happened years ago and by that point, it's too late to do anything about it. We guarantee that we will retrieve actionable data.
What is the setup process?
The setup process is really simple, we will just need the domain that you would like to scan.
We will set this up within our portal and it will automatically gather all of the email addresses linked to your domain and return an initial scan highlighting any immediete breaches.
What happens if I get an alert saying there is a potential breach?
Give us a call. We'll be happy to talk it through with you and advice on the next steps that you should take.
The immediete action you should take is to change the password of the affected account.