This whitepaper details that challenges in dealing with the dark web in terms of identification compromised and leaked data, and the processes for remediation.
The polity and character of cybercrime has shifted to the obvious location of the deep and dark web. The dark web affords criminal networks a distinct advantage of an anonymous and often unfettered platform to openly trade, exchange, and scheme.
The very architecture of the dark web means that traditional monitoring and surveillance techniques are often impotent in discovering compromised data and resources. Cybercriminal operations in the deep and dark web space are mature, robust and extremely covert, in contrast to counter intelligence which is mostly reactive.
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