Dark Web Scan

Learn who has your credentials with our Dark Web Scan.

Millions of credentials are available on the Dark Web. See who has your email.

More than likely you use the same password in 5 different places and it’s the name of your dog. Who doesn’t!? Nobody’s perfect. We get it. You’ve got logins coming out of your ears – what is a person supposed to do? But before you go use it again, consider this: 63% of confirmed data breaches leverage a weak, default, or stolen password.

Just provide your work email address and we’ll send you a scan of the dark web showing all compromised passwords within your company as well as suggestions for better password management. No commitment required on your part and no sleazy sales tactics on ours. Just some helpful advice. Making the world a more secure place – one email at a time.

What IT Includes

You won’t just know the passwords that have been compromised but also what platform was compromised. Hint: LinkedIn is a big culprit. Find out exactly which employees and what passwords are exposed so you can make sure those passwords aren’t used again. All you need to provide is a business email domain and you’ll have a full report of all compromised passwords for that domain as an easy-to-read pdf. Cyber attacks caused by compromised employee passwords cost $383,365 on average. Can you afford that?

Discover How It Benefits You:

A Proactive Approach to Your Security

Instead of waiting for that employee’s compromised password to affect your entire business, get ahead of it. Hold your employees accountable for strong, complex passwords that are frequently changed.

Manage Your Business Risk

Data breaches are expensive. A small business will spend an average of $955,429 to restore normal business in the wake of successful attacks. Don’t let that happen because of a silly password.

Start the conversation with a strategy session.

It’s a true conversation – we’ll learn more about your organization, you’ll learn about our approach, and we’ll talk about what your IT solutions could look like with Integris.