New initiative launched by Privacy.Page to help people protect their data

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A new initiative launched by Privacy.Page, a company helping people protect their data, is raising awareness about privacy issues as hacking becomes a major global problem.

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A new initiative launched by Privacy.Page, a company helping people protect their data, is raising awareness about privacy issues as hacking becomes a major global problem.

Following a string of high profile attacks on government agencies, businesses and well known brands, people have been caught in the crossfire of hackers that are selling and exploiting stolen data for criminal gains.

With the world still addressing the problem of data theft, people’s personal records are ending up on the dark web with countless bank records, credit cards and addresses exposed.

Privacy.Page, an Israel based cybersecurity company is aiming to help raise awareness about data privacy while empowering users to track the use of their own data across the dark web and many unlisted platforms.

Controlling one’s data can have a positive impact in helping prevent credit card fraud, identity theft, malicious attacks and ransoms, as well as financial fraud. Privacy.Page is aiming to make its service affordable as it joins a host of new startups in the cybersecurity space seeking to address the growing crisis within web technology security.

Whether you use cloud infrastructure or store information on a local server, web hackers are becoming increasingly bold in their exploits. However, for people looking to find information on data leaks, they can now do so thanks to the Privacy.Page’s affordable offering which includes its new Identity Pack, Single Detail Search and tailored data leak services for corporations and governments.

With preventative measures, users can avoid having their personal information used and exploited. This is especially the case for when high profile attacks occur and millions of records have been revealed. Where a user feels they have fallen victim to a data breach or are looking to research their data in more detail, Privacy Page is providing easy-to-use tools to find information on data breaches.

As companies from Facebook to Evernote get to grips with data theft, there’s never been a more pressing need to protect data, and take fast action to avoid further financial loss or insurance claims.

Have you considered researching data leaks to understand how your data is appearing on the dark web?

In partnership with Privacy.Page

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