Extracting intelligence from the dark web
The dark web is a portion of the internet focused on privacy and anonymity, making it an ideal location for cybercriminals to share tools and information and offer their services for sale. This also makes dark web threat intelligence invaluable for companies as monitoring information posted on the dark web provides an uncensored view into the current cybercrime landscape and trends in cyberattacks.
Finding deep and dark web sources is no easy feat. The required knowledge of the exact URL is needed to access as these sources are not indexed.
From credit cards, data dumps, compromised endpoints, malicious programs, to the sale of narcotics, a whole lot of data is posted to these underground sources every minute of the day.
Join us on November 22nd where Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst, Michael-Angelo Zummo will show you how to access the dark web and give you a tour of the underground.
In this webinar you will learn:
- How to access the dark web
- Types of underground sources
- Extracting intel: manual vs paid intelligence
- Recommendations to get ahead of threats and ways to protect yourself