DEEP & DARK WEB MONITORING

When a company has been the target of a cyber-attack or data breach, time is of the essence to determine whether sensitive information has been made available online. Knowing where to look for compromised information, understanding how your efforts can expose your company to additional threats, and what to do once you find the data are critical next steps to mitigating risk. Prescient’s Cyber Practice also provide ongoing monitoring to help manage risks on the deep and dark web.

  • Proprietary Security Measures
  • Custom Search String Creation
  • Digital Marketer Identification
  • Ongoing Monitoring

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Industries Served

Prescient’s Deep and Dark Web Monitoring service supports a variety of clients that require deeper insights to clarify risks and opportunities. We proudly serve the following clients and welcome inquiries across all industries.

  • Corporate Security Departments
  • General Counsel and Legal Departments
  • Risk & Compliance Officers
  • Chief Information Security Officers (CISO)

How It Works

When you expect accurate and timely results, you’ll get them. We won’t bog you down with endless details and irrelevant fluff. Save time and energy with our Bottom-Line-Up-Front approach that presents quick-hit insights at the beginning of your reports, so you can quickly understand business risks.

Our Insights


Ephemeral Communications Compliance

Nearly every organization in the world is concerned about data. More specifically, they’re concerned with…

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Keeping Up with the Pace of Regulations: How Lawyers Can Best Use Technology

On September 25th, 2019, Prescient’s Associate Director of Communications, Asha Underiner, presented at the 2019…

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Continuous Diagnostic & Monitoring Program Brings Together Cyber Experts

The Continuous Diagnostic & Monitoring (CDM) Program is a multi-agency platform and initiative to identify…

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A Brief History of Corporate Espionage

In the early 1700s, a French Jesuit missionary in China sent detailed porcelain manufacturing information…

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