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Breaches in your your own organization or those of your vendors can result in significant damage to your finances, reputation, and IT infrastructure.
What makes them even more problematic is that you may not be aware of a breach until you learn of after the fact from external sources, such as government agencies or the news media. In the time that passes between the breach event and your awareness of it, threat actors can do even more damage.
How BreachDetails helps
We have made breach notifications more timely and accurate with BreachDetails. Our in-house data crawlers continuously collect news articles, ransomware articles, Dark Web postings, government advisories, and other sources of breach intelligence around the world.
This wide coverage and direct sourcing of key information enables us to detect breaches and report them to you faster. Our AI-powered translation and analysis tools ensure that the notifications are accurate.
Find out if you or vendors have been breached
Find breach information in Scorecards
Find breach events with helpful context in a Scorecard by selecting the Events tab...
...or track the timeline of events using the History tab.
Find breached vendors in your Portfolios
You can quickly see all the breached organizations in any Portfolio.
In a Portfolio, click Filter. Then, in the Filters panel, select the Breach filter and a time range, and click Apply.
Your Portfolio then displays organizations with reported breaches in your selected time range.
Automate breach notifications
To be notified whenever your organization or a vendor has had a breach reported, create a rule to automate relevant alerts.