About the webinar
Recorded live on 1 February 2024
The dark web is a part of the internet hidden from most people. You cannot access it with Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome and it is not a place most people would want to visit, but the dark web is the nerve centre of cybercrime in our world and something you should be aware of as a financial services company.
Fortunately, there are steps you can take to safeguard your business. Dark web monitoring is a process of collecting and analysing data from this hidden part of the internet. By monitoring the dark web, you can gain valuable insights into your exposure to data breaches, ransomware attacks, fraud, and other cyber threats.
Please register for the webinar below.
This Lanware webinar highlights the dark web activities that could directly impact your business and why monitoring the dark web should become part of your security strategy.
In particular, you will learn:
- What the dark web actually is and how it differs from the normal web
- What different types of threats are posed by the dark web
- What are the main use cases and benefits of dark web monitoring for cybersecurity
- Useful tips and tricks for your own personal cyber security and the dark web
View now and let Lanware show you how you can take a proactive approach to protect your financial services company from security threats from the dark web.
Chief Technology Officer, Lanware
As the CTO of Lanware, Dan brings over a decade of experience in the design and delivery of IT technology, helping organisations to leverage the power of the cloud to drive innovation and growth.
Cloud Security Engineer, Lanware
As a Cloud Security Engineer, Harry contributes to fortifying organisational infrastructure, staying updated on the latest cyber threats and best practices. His commitment to proactive security measures helps ensure a resilient and secure digital environment for financial services organisations.