Part I: The Ultimate Guide of Deep and Dark Web Research

How to boost your cybersecurity by uncovering relevant, timely, and actionable insights.

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For today’s cybersecurity professionals, the content of the deep and dark web is an unmatched gold mine of threat intelligence.

It makes it easy to monitor discussions of cybercriminals’ TTPs (tactics, techniques, and procedures), efforts to buy tools intended for use in future cyberattacks, and the sale of valuable resources stolen through previous cyberattacks.

But without a clear understanding of the deep and dark web and how to investigate cyber threats, searching for threat intelligence there can be like trying to find a needle in a haystack.

That’s why we wrote The Ultimate Guide of Deep and Dark Web Research, a series of three ebooks that will teach you everything you need to know in order to master deep and dark web research.

Ultimate guide of deep and dark web research

Download Part I today to learn:

What happens on the deep and dark web, and why should it matter to you?

What kinds of channels make up the deep and dark web, and what kinds of content do they include?

Who uses the deep and dark web, and how?

What types of threat intelligence can we find on the deep and dark web?

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