Dark Web Monitoring Services

Discover Techn22’s advanced Dark Web Monitoring services. Stay protected against identity theft and data breaches with continuous dark web surveillance.

Dark Web Monitoring

The dark web poses a hidden threat to personal and corporate security. This concealed part of the internet, known for its anonymity, is often a hotbed for illegal activities, including the trade of stolen personal information. 

Techn22 recognises the urgency of this issue and offers robust Dark Web Monitoring services, designed to detect and alert you to any exposure of your sensitive data. As leaders in cybersecurity, our dark web monitoring tools are your first line of defence against potential identity theft and data breaches.

What is Dark Web Monitoring?

Dark Web Monitoring, a critical service offered by Techn22, involves continuous surveillance of the dark web to detect if your personal data – such as financial information, email addresses, or Passport/National Insurance numbers – has been compromised.

Using sophisticated technology, Techn22 scans the depths of the dark web’s numerous sites, marketplaces, and forums, alerting you if your information is discovered.

With our vigilant dark web monitoring, we ensure that you’re not the last to know when your sensitive data is at risk.

Why Choose Techn22 for Dark Web Monitoring?

In choosing Techn22 for your Dark Web Monitoring needs, you’re not just selecting a service; you’re choosing peace of mind. Our state-of-the-art monitoring technology sets us apart, offering:

24 x 7 x 365 MONITORING

Examine and assess login credentials or pairs found to be directly associated with your business email domains or IP addresses.


People frequently use identical login details across various platforms, increasing their susceptibility to credential theft. Counteract the dangers of weak passwords.


Every day, over 80,000 domain breaches are detected. Utilise reports and insights on emerging industry patterns and threats to proactively guard against cyber risks.


Cyber prevention does not have to cost the earth. Our monitoring service, as with all our Dark Web services are simple and affordable and scale as your business grows.

The Impact of Compromised User Credentials

It is important to understand the consequences of your employee’s compromised user credentials being on the Dark Web.  User credentials are the keys to your business data. It’s akin to everyone going home at the end of the day and leaving the lights on and the doors wide open.  The consequences can be severe and far-reaching.

Data Breaches & Loss of Information

Compromised credentials can lead to unauthorised access to sensitive company data. This could include customer information, trade secrets, strategic plans, and financial records. A data breach not only has immediate financial implications but can also lead to long-term reputational damage and loss of customer trust.

Financial Consequences

The unauthorised access gained through compromised credentials can result in direct financial losses. This includes fraudulent transactions, theft of funds, and the costs associated with responding to and recovering from a security incident. Additionally, organisations may face regulatory fines if the breach involves sensitive customer data.

Operational Disruption

A cyberattack facilitated by stolen credentials can disrupt business operations. This may range from temporary shutdowns of critical systems to the permanent loss of vital data, leading to decreased productivity and potential revenue loss.

Legal and Compliance Risks

Organisations are often bound by regulations and standards regarding data protection and privacy. A breach resulting from compromised credentials could lead to non-compliance issues, legal challenges, and hefty fines, especially under regulations like GDPR.

Reputational Damage

Perhaps one of the most enduring impacts of a credential compromise is the damage to an organisation's reputation. The loss of customer and stakeholder trust can have far-reaching effects on business relationships, market position, and overall brand image.

Long-term Security Implications

Once credentials are compromised, it can lead to further security incidents. Cybercriminals can use the initial access to establish a foothold within the organisation's network, leading to ongoing threats and vulnerabilities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dark Web Monitoring is a cybersecurity service where we continuously scan the dark web for instances of your organisation’s confidential data or credentials being shared or sold. This is crucial for businesses, as the early detection of such information on the dark web can prevent or mitigate data breaches, financial loss, and reputational damage.

Our service uses advanced search technologies to scan a wide array of dark websites, forums, and marketplaces. We look for specific data related to your organisation, such as employee email addresses, confidential documents, or proprietary information. If identified, we alert you immediately to take necessary action.

Our Dark Web Monitoring service detects user credentials such as usernames and passwords. We can tell you when this information was detected on the Dark Web and where reported, what the source of the compromise was. We also have the ability to detect other forms of personal information that may be compromised.

If your data is detected on the dark web, we provide immediate notification along with recommended actions. This may include changing compromised passwords, notifying affected parties, enhancing security measures, and potentially working with legal or law enforcement entities.

No, Dark Web Monitoring should be part of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy. While it is crucial for early detection of data breaches and potential threats, it does not replace the need for other security measures such as firewalls, antivirus software, and employee cybersecurity training.

Our monitoring is continuous. The dark web is dynamic, with new data appearing and changing constantly. Techn22’s systems are designed to continuously scan and search the dark web, ensuring that you are promptly alerted if your information is detected.

Find out if your company data has been exposed to the Dark Web

Your data is a tempting target for cybercriminals. With their adeptness and efficiency, even minimal personal information combined with basic tech know-how allows these offenders the chance to infiltrate your essential accounts.