Introducing Matchlight Data Intelligence

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Matchlight Data Intelligence illuminates your stolen data on the dark web
Writer Danny R.
June 03, 2015

Danny is one of the founders of Terbium and is known around the office for his extended soliloquies and pontifications about the security industry. He blogs about global trends and the importance of knowing where one's data is on the dark web.

The average data breach takes more than 200 days to discover, and 85% of those breaches are discovered by external third parties.

We are here to help. Matchlight, a data intelligence system designed to discover elements of your sensitive data on the internet — immediately and automatically. Matchlight monitors the dark web using a patented, one-way digital fingerprinting technique. Matchlight then automatically searches for your information, without anyone else — including Terbium — ever having to see or store the originating data.

With Matchlight, organizations are alerted when elements of their data as short as fourteen bytes appear on the internet. Alerts are triggered and sent immediately, bringing breach discovery times down from months to minutes and enabling organizations to initiate remediation plans before real damage occurs.

We have been testing Matchlight with a select number of alpha and beta clients, and we are happy to announce the expansion of that pilot program. If your organization would like access to Matchlight, contact us today!

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