Our service provides unique pseudo users, personalised for your business. Should they ever be reached or discovered on the Internet, you will be the first to find out, allowing you to be proactive in protecting your real customers – the ones which matter.
We can help you adapt your unique insiders to blend in with your userbase. So if the majority of your customers are French, say hello to Fabien Boutin!
Why not add one to each of your environments, to help pinpoint the source of the potential data breach?
We'll pick it up from here, scanning continuously for any evidence of your insider in the public domain. If it is ever released, you'll be the first to know.
If your insider is ever discovered by our continuous scans or via their personal contact details (email & local mobile number), you will be alerted immediately.
Need a team or system alerted? Not a problem – one of our many integrations will ensure that they'll find out right away.
Relentless scans of the Internet & Dark Web for evidence of breaches
Each Insider has its own unique email address, crafted to look natural among your userbase.
A dedicated local mobile number, to detect advanced threats against your users.
Get alerted quickly, and in the manner which works best for your business.
Drip or marketing campaigns? No bother, just whitelist the sending domain!
All evidence is forensically kept, including email headers and voice recordings.
Just add your Insider to your existing customer data, and you're done.
Not happy after 30 days? We will refund you in full, no quibbles.
Not every breach ends up on the Internet for everyone to see or search for.
That is why we ensure we can detect your potential breach as early as possible, by providing each Insider with a genuine email account which will blend in seamlessly with your userbase.
We even provide each Insider with a real local mobile number, to detect advanced spear-phishing attacks targeting your users.
“Businesses that hold electronic personal data on their customers are more likely to have had breaches than those that do not.”
– Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2017, GOV.UK