Posting pictures from your vacation makes you an easy target. Thieves will have no problem pinpointing where you live from geotags, photos and aggregate data from public records, or a license plate number. Many burglars are already doing it.
Our solution tracks the appearance of your data online and deletes geotags automatically generated by social media.
A license plate number can be used to locate you the owner and your address. Having found you on social media, thieves can use geotags and photos to confirm your place of residence and find out when you went on vacation. If a car theft is not reported within 3 days, the probability of ever finding it is less than 1%.
Our solution detects and notifies you if your data appears in the public domain or aggregate databases.
Sects, dubious traders, financial pyramids, network marketers and plain fraudsters can use your online data, credit score, court records and other info to weave a web of deceit with which to gain your trust and ensnare you.
We constantly scan the Internet in search of your personal data and any references to you, and keep you warned of new threats and scams that crop up anywhere in the world.
It's no secret that HR services look for information about prospective employees online when hiring. Very many rejections have nothing to do with the candidate's professional skills. Find out what online data can be used against you.
We'll analyze your social media profiles and identify things that might stop you from securing that prize job.
If your passport details get leaked online, it could cause all sorts of trouble, including the risk of criminals using them to get a loan in your name. Canceling it will require time and effort, and that's only if you're lucky.
We monitor leaked copies of passports and databases, including private corners of the Internet, and immediately inform you if your passport details appear anywhere online.
The simplest way to steal your money is to get hold of your bank card details—hundreds of thousands of people are hit by this type of fraud every year. Databases with credit card data are sold all over the place.
We monitor databases sold on the black market to identify the risk of your funds being stolen and to warn you of the need to cancel a card in case it is compromised.
"You will be responsible for what the thief
does while using your personal information.
You might have to pay for what the thief buys."
15.4 millionU.S. citizens had their
personal data unlawfully
used in 2016
3 million Hackers steal records
with people's personal data
every single day worldwide
$200 billionThe legal market for personal data,
the size of its illegal twin is unknown