Law360 (March 26, 2020, 6:22 PM EDT) — For years, cybersecurity teams, security firms and forensic investigators have talked about dark web monitoring as a potential tool in the corporate information security toolbox, and some have coordinated such efforts.
Companies’ cybersecurity programs need to be dynamic and responsive to current threats and, in turn, the threats companies anticipate are informed by cyberthreat intelligence.
The dark web can be a rich source of cyberthreat intelligence. Indeed, the dark web hosts websites dedicated to the sale and purchase of stolen data and forums where anonymous individuals can ask advice on how to find or exploit security vulnerabilities in devices or software….
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