Monitor your digital footprint to reduce digital risk

We enable financial institutions to continuously monitor threats caused by human error and malicious actors to protect their data, financial resources, and reputation.

WHAT WE DO

Darknet

Continuously and automatically monitor illicit networks on the darknet and clear web for faster reaction times, higher productivity and better understanding.

Leaked Credentials

Monitor third-party breaches for employee and client credentials to prevent unauthorized access to your ressources and protect your assets.

Digital Risk

Identify digital assets made publicly available due to human error or malicious actors ​to minimize business risks and prevent breaches.

Threat Intelligence

Receive prioritized intelligence from illicit networks to get greater insight into threat credibility and mitigation effectiveness.

WHY FLARE SYSTEMS

Confidence

Be confident that you know what is happening at all time

Coverage

Understand the most likely and
most damaging threats

Easy To Use

No training required thanks to our user-friendly interface

THEY SUPPORT US

TESTIMONIALS

Firework enables us to react quickly when threats are publicized, protecting our brand and our financial resources.

Principal Director,
Security & Innovation

Major canadian financial institution

OUR ARTICLES

What Does The “Free” in Free Food Really Means?

Hijacked accounts are one of the most common items available for purchase on the online illicit markets. On our blog, we’ve discussed in the past the issue of bank credentials being put up for sale. We now want to highlight … Read More

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Trying Too Hard to Attract Buyers Can Backfire

Malicious actors face a difficult task in online illicit markets. How can they convince others that they are offering a high quality service (ex. selling stolen credit card numbers) without exposing themselves to arrest or providing their victims (ex. financial … Read More

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46M cracked passwords – Are people getting better at securing their accounts?

A little over a year ago, malicious actors hacked the MyFitnessPal service. With 143 million users, this was one of the largest hack of credentials ever reported. Now, as Flare Systems is launching its leaked passwords check service, we present … Read More

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