Join this discussion to learn what the Bright Web is and how it affects your company, and how recent technology advances provide the visibility and control you need to safely maneuver the Bright Web.
The Dark Web is a well-known part of the internet where many sites are not indexed by search engines and can only be accessed if you know the site address, making them effectively hidden. Accessing the dark web requires special software, like browsers configured with Tor. Once inside the dark web, “dark net” markets exist that sell sensitive data stolen in breaches (in addition to illegal products like drugs and firearms). The currency of choice is the cryptocurrency Bitcoin.
But there is one area arguably more dangerous and much larger in scale, and that is the Bright Web. We use the bright web every day, and it consists of tens of thousands of places where sensitive data can be easily uploaded and shared publicly either with malicious intent or on accident by unsuspecting perpetrators.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
- New research that provides insight into how big and widespread the Bright Web is
- A look at dozens of cloud services that make it easy to share sensitive data publicly
- How the Bright Web wreaked havoc on three companies
- 5 best practices for mitigating risk and safely enabling cloud services in the Bright Web