Along with being vigilant about your open web data exposure, you should also monitor your assets on dark web blacklists. GroupSense identifies an asset blacklist as a collection of data that’s deemed untrustworthy based on the asset reconciliation exclusion rules.
At the request of the client, GroupSense can pursue the process of taking down the darknet data. However, GroupSense can provide no guarantee that the data will be taken down even if a purchase of this data is made on behalf of the client.
GroupSense will detect when your organization's assets are listed on blacklists which will impact the availability of your systems to clients, customers, employees, etc.
At the request of the client, blacklisted assets are pursued for removal from the associated blacklist, however, GroupSense cannot guarantee the removal of the asset(s) from a blacklist.
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