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Data Breach Analysis
Did You Know that...
records are lost or stolen every second!
Billion compromised accounts, Yahoo holds the record for the largest data breach of all time!
million user records were exposed on Amazon cloud server by Facebook in 2019!
days is the average time to identify a data breach inside an organization!
What Is A Data Breach?
A data breach is an intentional or unintentional security incident in which secure, protected, sensitive, or private/confidential information is accessed without authorization or is released to an untrusted environment.
At times, it is also referred to as data leak, data spill, information leakage, or unintentional information disclosure.
How Do Data Breaches Occur?
Data breaches occur when cybercriminals are able to gain unauthorized access to sensitive data. This can be achieved through physical access, or logically or by bypassing the security controls.
These attackers publish the data into the internet for the purpose of gaining financial benefits or for other unethical benefits.
What do we do?
We do a deep dive into the Dark Web, Deep Web, and the Surface Web to find if any confidential/sensitive data about an individual or an organization is available publicly that would carry a Risk. These data and their resources are then submitted and based on the requirement, necessary actions will be taken.
Our team of experts performs a complete manual analysis using 100+ tools and methods to complete this effectively.
What type of data do we look for?
Identified about 1000+ Cyber Threats
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Data breach analysis evaluates a company's infrastructure and data security systems to find weaknesses, prospective threats, and the level of harm a security breach or incident has caused. This study includes looking into the type and extent of the breach, establishing the information that was compromised, estimating the impact on the company, and offering suggestions to prevent future incidents of similar incidents.
A data breach is a security incident where an unauthorized individual or entity gains access to confidential or sensitive information stored, processed, or transmitted by an organization or individual. This information can include personally identifiable information (PII) such as names, addresses, social security numbers, email addresses, login credentials, credit card numbers, health records, and other confidential data.
Data breaches can occur through phishing attacks, malware, weak passwords, unpatched systems, and insider threats. Cybercriminals can use these methods to gain unauthorized access to sensitive data, steal personal information, and compromise the security of systems and networks. It's important to protect against these threats, such as using strong passwords, keeping software up to date, and being vigilant against phishing scams.
We do a deep dive into the Dark Web, Deep Web, and Surface Web to find if any confidential/sensitive data about an individual or an organization is available publicly that would carry a Risk. These data and their resources are then submitted, and necessary actions will be taken based on the requirement. Our team of experts performs a complete manual analysis using 100+ tools and methods to complete this effectively.
We look out for the following data:
- Personally Identifiable Information
- Personal Details
- Financial Details
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Data breaches can cost businesses money, harm their brand, and subject them to legal and regulatory penalties. The expenses incurred in detecting and responding to a breach and the damage done to an organization's reputation among stakeholders and customers may have a long-term effect on its financial position. Additionally, failing to comply with legal and regulatory obligations can result in extra financial penalties and damage to the organization's reputation.
If you encounter any kind of data breach, feel free to report it on our website directly, and we will look into it.
An organization's process and procedure for responding to a data breach is known as a response plan. A data breach response plan aims to lessen the impact by rapidly locating and containing the incident, notifying those who may have been impacted and the appropriate authorities, and quickly returning operations to normal.
There are several causes for data breaches, including:
One of the most frequent reasons for data breaches is hackers and other cybercriminals. They employ various techniques, including phishing attacks, malware, and social engineering, to break into systems and steal sensitive data.
Insider threats, such as workers or contractors mistakenly or purposely revealing critical information, can also result in data breaches. This may occur due to behaviors like data theft, sharing of login information, or falling for phishing attacks.
Weak Security Measures
Inadequate security measures can simplify hackers' access to networks and data, including weak passwords, outdated systems, and a lack of encryption.