Automating Your Cyber Crime Investigation
Cybercrime entails a wide range of illicit activities, ranging from fraud and identity threat, to hate crime and drug trafficking. Cyber criminals use computer technology to access personal information and business trade secrets, and also make use of the internet for exploitative or malicious objectives. Various types of criminals can also use computers for communication, along with document or data storage. Common forms of cybercrime include theft of online banking data, identity theft, online predatory crime, and unauthorized computer access, alongside severe and even greater concerns like cyberterrorism.
Cobwebs’ solutions were created with an astute awareness of the nature of cybercrime and its messengers: the cyber criminals themselves. How to prevent cyber crime? To track them down with greater ease, we provide ai crime prediction tools that extract targeted data of cyber criminal activity, while providing timely warning of threats. Identifying the connections between these criminals and detecting unusual online behavior, our platform employs advanced artificial intelligence to recognize patterns and trends, alerting users of harmful threats enabling to automate cyber investigations and prevent cyber crime.
With our system’s overlaid intelligence cycles, security professionals can now connect disparate intelligence data points, creating a rich, colorful, connected, and holistic vision of vulnerabilities, threats, and potential breaches. Cobwebs’ real-time insights help maintain effective protection of employees, executives, and information – whether at work, home, or anywhere along the way.
Cobwebs’ continuous monitoring and indexing of the dark web provides seamless connectivity to thousands of dark web sources. Our robust engine lets analysts search people and keywords to evaluate and monitor forums and markets. Triggering real-time alerts, our platform powers the discovery of malicious activities, individual actors, and their social relations.
Discover stolen data of fraud operations and illegal attempts to sell stolen goods or info on the black market, from social security numbers, to credit card or bank account numbers of employees and/or customers. Alert and notify staff and clients, update accounts, and develop effective fraud prevention processes of internal systems for optimal security.