TRIPLE THREAT PROTECTION AGAINST
Dark Web Attacks.
Protect your business against credentials and data theft.
In-office, at home and on-site ID protection.
Businesses that operate from multiple in-office, at home and on-site login locations offer cybercriminals multiple opportunities to target sensitive data, including login information and employee credentials.
Latest figures suggest that 67% of security breaches specifically target credentials theft*, with more than 15 billion stolen login pairs (username and password) currently circulating on the Dark Web**.
Your business could be one of those already compromised or it could be next in line for targeting.
Enable Aeris triple threat protection today.Aeris Networks ID Protect delivers 24/7 Dark Web monitoring that provides you business-critical alerts should your company domain or employee credentials be discovered on the Dark Web. The earlier you know about network and data compromises, the faster you can resolve your company’s security.
Aeris Networks ID Protect.
Identifies and investigates exposed login credentials or pairs directly linked to your business email domains or IP address details.
Password re-use mitigation
Overcomes the risks related to bad passwords or individuals re-using login credentials.
Alerts and analytics
Invaluable reporting and analytics on industry trends and evolving risks that can help you take actions to avoid cyber threats.
In-office, at home or on-site, Dark Web Monitoring helps reduce the risks and threats caused by exposed employee credentials.
You’re in safe hands with Aeris Networks and Dell Technologies.
Aeris Networks are a Dell Technologies Gold Partner in WA. In-office, at home or on-site, we trust the security and integrity of Dell Technologies laptops and tablets to keep our team connected and working at full speed, and so can you.
Combine Aeris Networks ID Protect with Dell Technologies client devices to protect your staff against cybersecurity threats while working at home or in the office.
Source: *Verizon 2020 DBIR **Wired.com & Digital Shadows