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The DigitalStakeout Platform

DigitalStakeout Scout

By monitoring social, surface, deep, dark web activity in a single platform, it’s easier for you to manage changeable workloads that depend upon current issues and outside influences. With Scout, you can monitor brand reputation and risk; ensure physical security, executive protection, brand protection; and mitigate cyber or digital risk.

  • “I’ve reduced the time and effort needed to discover physical and cyber threats with a purpose-built tool that can monitor and analyze social and dark web data.”
  • “Our analysts can work together seamlessly and efficiently in one tool to conduct investigations and to monitor for physical and cyber threats.”  
  • “I now have visibility into threats external to the organization that I need to mitigate competitive, regulatory and technological risks to our global enterprise.”
  • “Using this tool, we mitigate and recover quicker from incidents that do occur, protect our brand and reputation and take efforts to prevent costly regulatory sanctions, operational disruption, and revenue loss.”  
  • “This technology helps protects our IP and key personnel. Investing in this technology helps prevent incidents that would result in serious financial losses and damage to our company’s brand and value.”  
  • “We increased our defensive capabilities, have become more competitive and we’re growing our business by offering customers threat insight as a service with a best-in-class platform we can trust.”

DigitalStakeout Tools

DigitalStakeout Tools save analysts time on routine discovery and investigative tasks.

Web Presence Search can perform audits to discover accounts that match brand, company name and personnel on 750+ social networks and websites.

Dark Web Search is an active and historical index of 10,000+ publicly accessible TOR services in sanitized and structured form.

Internet of Things Search is an active index of 50 million+ publicly accessible IoT web-based devices across the entire IPv4 address space