AUSTIN, Texas, May 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Hack Notice, Inc., a security company specializing in threat intelligence, announced that they have released two new business services: a research service that gives security professionals real time and complete access to hacker compromised data sets, and a third party enablement service that monitors for third party data breaches and dark web exposures. HackNotice focuses on leveraging data breaches, compromised credentials, and identities – often stolen by malicious actors to penetrate a company's cyber defenses – and using the same data to arm the company's security team and provide awareness to employees who have been targeted.
About the announcement, HackNotice's Co-Founder and CEO Steve Thomas said, "Market adoption for our business services has grown rapidly, and security researchers and analysts have been asking for the ability to investigate the threat events and trends surrounding the intelligence we provide. That's why we're offering a research service to provide even more context around how and when our customers were compromised. At the same time, our business partners in the third party and cyber risk spaces are eager to understand how much exposure business partners, vendors, and potential acquisitions might have on the dark web, or be notified when they experience a breach. Our third party enablement service is the perfect answer to that question." HackNotice began offering business services in late 2018, and is currently in the midst of a funding round.
With this announcement, HackNotice now offers to businesses:
- A flexible search portal and API that taps into billions of hacker stolen records
- A monitoring service that alerts when third parties are breached, provides a breach history, and can provide an understanding for how much exposure a third party has on the dark web.
About Hack Notice, Inc.: Hack Notice, Inc. is a security company based in Austin, Denver, and New York City. Founded in 2018, Hack Notice, Inc. offers personal and business security services at HackNotice.com and through the HackNotice mobile apps.