The rapid digitization of information and the spread of online communities have made them a crucial part of our lifestyles. With the Covid-19 pandemic, digitized online communities have provided a new communication and information sharing method. However, this has introduced new threats to organizations.
In addition, the information and data trade continues to thrive unnoticed within the dark and the deep web. Statistics show that the dark web activity has increased by 300% in the last three years.
According to a study in 2019, In The Web of Profit by Dr. Micheal McGuires, 60% of the information on the dark web is potentially harmful to enterprises. Amidst this, cybersecurity experts are scrambling to mitigate such risks by introducing new cyber protection methods such as human reconnaissance.
What is human reconnaissance?
Human reconnaissance, or human recon, is a unique service designed to provide an extra level of insight into an organization’s cyber strategy. It offers much-needed awareness regarding how your organization is most likely to fall victim to hacks, data breaches or other vulnerabilities.
Humans are the main component of an organization, from business partners to employees. A bad fish in the pond can cripple your organization. The human reconnaissance