An identity breach monitoring service that continuously screens for exposed data to protect user identities and digital assets.
HOW IT WORKS
Enzoic helps organizations continuously monitor for the exposure of personally identifiable information (PII), reducing the risk of identity theft and data abuse for financial gain, fraud, or account takeover. Our straightforward monitoring service allows organizations to safeguard their users without building complex queries and parsing data.Download the Brief
HOW IT CAN HELP ME
Be Instantly Alerted to Compromised PII including Credit Cards, Social Security Numbers, Cryptocurrency Wallets, and Much More
Enzoic’s extensive research capabilities provide comprehensive visibility into Dark Web data to protect your users.
Continuously track the PII that’s relevant for your workflows by subscribing to other data elements outside Enzoic’s default PII list.
Enzoic gathers and provides data in real-time, without the delays and resources required for you to periodically query an unstructured database.
Prompt notification allows for swift remediation, enabling users to safeguard their accounts and data from identity theft, fraud, and unauthorized access.
Featuring a user-friendly API that seamlessly integrates and expands with your projects.
Real-time alerting of new exposure, plus optional querying of past breach data where identities were previously compromised.
Enzoic’s dedicated research team and proprietary tools, provide immediate and actionable alerting.
Explore quick-start guides, code snippets, and a comprehensive resource library to integrate into your workflows.Read Docs
Effective threat intelligence for compromised credential screening involves discerning reconnaissance and real-time analysis and deployment.
With credential stuffing attempts rising, understanding attacks with honeypots is a crucial tool in creating a dynamic & current security posture.
How hackers are actually using exposed passwords to infiltrate Active Directory? Stolen credentials are often what the attackers use to compromise networks.
Talk to us about integrating Dark Web Monitoring into your applications or workflows.Contact Us