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Enzoic Unveils Partner Program to Help Combat Dark Web Exposures

Solutions Mitigate Threats from Compromised Credentials, Identity Theft and Payment Card Fraud

Enzoic, a leader in cybersecurity credential screening and Dark Web intelligence, has unveiled its Enzoic Global Partner Program to help organizations strengthen their security posture in response to the evolving cybersecurity landscape.

Participants have access to Enzoic’s award-winning threat intelligence solutions which continuously monitor the Dark Web for newly exposed sensitive data—preventing hackers from exploiting this information. Enzoic addresses numerous security vulnerabilities including:

  • Compromised Passwords & Credentials: Exploiting credentials is the most common tactic employed by cybercriminals. Enzoic screens passwords for exposure both at their creation and at every login, enabling companies to adapt their credential security in line with the latest breach data.
  • Exposed Personally Identifiable Information (PII): Enzoic’s identity monitoring offering helps organizations continuously track and ensure their users’ PII has not been exposed, preventing successful identity theft.
  • Payment Card Fraud: Enzoic scans for payment cards associated with financial institutions’ BINs (Bank Identification Numbers), providing immediate notification of any breaches containing the digits and prohibiting threat actors from utilizing stolen card data.

The Enzoic Global Partner Program currently has sixty members and focuses on three key segments:

  • Data Partnerships: Software providers build Enzoic’s threat intelligence APIs into their products, giving users additional protection from compromised passwords, exposed PII, and stolen card data.
  • Resellers and VARS: By offering Enzoic’s solutions to their customer base, they obtain an additional revenue stream and enhance their clients’ cybersecurity.
  • MSPs and MSSPs: Enzoic’s solutions can be packaged as an additional service or as part of a cybersecurity package. With companies increasingly turning to third-party providers for their IT and security needs, this is a crucial line of defense in preventing password-based attacks and other key cybersecurity vulnerabilities.

“Organizations need Dark Web visibility if they have any hope of fighting back against today’s barrage of threats,” said Kristen Wilson, co-founder and CEO, Enzoic. “Our partner program provides this vital intelligence without adding any additional user friction or administrative burden. We’re making it much easier for companies to eliminate passwords as a threat vector, mitigate damage from PII exposure, and prevent fraudulent payment card activity. Our solutions are quick to install and prohibit threat actors from capitalizing on Dark Web data exposures.”

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