Digital security:
the dark web comes to light.

NEWS - Record of personal data theft in 2021: 1,8 mio alerts sent related to data detected on the dark web, with a increased by +57,9% vs 2020. CRIF Cyber Observatory - 2021 Yearly Report

Where does our data circulate on the web? Is it used to commit fraud and identity theft?

White Blue Ocean helps you manage your digital security and that of your customers, through a wide range of web monitoring solutions both for personal and business customers.

  • Reliable and innovative platform

  • Deep cyber knowledge

  • Strong and secure best practices

What we do



We enrich customers' experience in managing digital identity.


We prevent and protect against fraud.

Dark web & open web monitoring

We monitor the dark web and the open web to manage your digital security.


alerts sent in 2021 related to personal data found on the dark web, including:




The glossary clarifies the meanings of the most important terms relating to online security and cybercrime.

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Spoofing is when a communication is sent disguised as being from a known and trusted source. For example, an email is sent from a false email address pretending to be from a legitimate business. It looks like a legitimate email but contains links or attachments which when opened contain malware. Malware programs can steal, encrypt or delete data as well as monitor someones computer. This can cause significant damage to the computer and network and grant someone access to personal information such as usernames and passwords.


The role of Initial Access Brokers | White Blue Ocean
The role of Initial Access Brokers | White Blue Ocean

In the cybercriminal business model, initial access brokers have become a crucial figure, acting as middle-men between attackers and victims, by providing the attackers with access methods to enter victims’ networks.

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The dangers of VPN credential leaks | White Blue Ocean
The dangers of VPN credential leaks

The increased reliance on VPNs made the latter an attractive target to cybercriminals. In particular, threat actors began exploiting one of the known weakest links in the chain: users’ passwords.

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