Build a companywide culture of security heroes. Turn your whole company into the security team.
Monitor your company employee accounts and assets for hacks, credential leaks, and personnel vulnerable to phishing attacks.
Prevent account takeovers and customer churn within your end user population.
Monitor third party breaches for businesses.
Real-time access to complete data sets that have been compromised by hackers.
Employees can find their own risk and go through a tailored checklist to protect themselves.
See all the companies, services and sites that HackNotice monitors for you.
A timeline of hack notices that match items in your Hack Watchlist.
Details about your hacks.
A checklist of actions to secure your hacked account.
Monitor names, usernames, email addresses, and other identities.
All leak notices that match at least one item in your watchlist.
See where your identity was found and what other details were exposed.
All hacks found.
Track the security habits of individuals.
Reports of risks over time.
Company Wide Risk Identification
Data Leaks and Threats
Data Breaches and Third Parties
Employee and Department Risks
Habits and Improvements
Phishing and Spear Phishing
3rd Party Exploitation
Risk Websites and Shadow IT
Banking & Financial Services
Oil & Gas
Retail & eCommerce
Gaming & Leisure
We have categorized three years’ worth of data breach coverage based on the sources that originally reported the breaches.
We have five main categories:
(60% of breach disclosures)
(22.51% of breach disclosures)
(2.5% of breach disclosures)
(1% of breach disclosures)
(13.26% of breach disclosures)
From our analysis, here are a few of the conclusions that are readily apparent:
Official disclosures used to be ~25% of breaches, but are now closer to ~13%
Data breaches will continue. Sources for notifications will decrease.