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Cybersecurity & The Dark Web – It’s An Every Changing Landscape

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We lock our doors and windows of our homes.  We put protective measures in place for our most valuable assets – family, possessions, and more. The same holds true for personal computers, large corporate networks and information in the cloud.  Are these measures enough?  Can we do more?  Has your organization already been compromised?    

In order to access the "Dark Web", it takes specialized software as well as a highly specialized browser. 

This is where illicit and illegal activities occur. In fact, after a Cyberattack has been launched towards an organization and the confidential information/data has been hijacked, this is the first place where it will go to so that the Cyberattacker can make a rather lucrative profit. 

Of course, we hear about these Security Breaches and Data Leakage occurrences on a daily basis, but how do you know if your confidential information and data has not been hijacked and not sold on the Dark Web? How do you know if somebody is actually tracking your every movement on the Internet and you know nothing about this? Are you afraid that you may become a victim of Identity Theft? 

In this interview we have the honor of interviewing Greg Spicer, the Chief Revenue Officer of Braintrace. Not only do they offer a myriad of Cybersecurity services, but one their main ones is that of protecting you from the deep and evil trenches of the Dark Web. 

Dial in today and learn how you can avoid from being the next target of ID Theft!!!

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