Published on August 21st, 2020 | by admin
NortonLifeLock launches Dark Web Monitoring in Australia and release true crime podcast
Next Tuesday, NortonLifeLock is announcing the launch of its Dark Web Monitoring service for Australian customers. To celebrate the launch of Dark Web Monitoring, NortonLifeLock is also releasing a true cyber crime podcast – Criminal Domain.
Dark Web Monitoring will be included as part of the premium and deluxe packages of Norton™ 360, offering Australians an all-in-one comprehensive solution for their online personal information and devices.
Using a combination of humans and AI technology, NortonLifeLock will continuously patrol the dark web and private forums, looking for information that may lead to someone’s identity being stolen. If information for sale or trade is found, Norton 360 customers will be notified and advised on next steps they can take in protecting their information.
Criminal Domain is hosted by seasoned Crime Reporter Claire Aird and renowned Futurist Mark Pesce, and uncovers the online threats affecting Aussies every day. In a true crime style, each episode follows the story of a victim of cyber crime. In one of the episodes, Criminal Domain tells the story of a stalker who hacked a victim’s car enabling him to turn the car on and off and see her whereabouts in real time. The first episode will feature 2018 Love Island winner, Tayla Damir who was left stranded in Lebanon after hackers drained her bank account and took over her social media accounts.
Norton 360 with Dark Web Monitoring will be available in-store from today, 25 August, and online from 1 September. Existing Norton 360 premium and Deluxe customers will have their packages updated to include Dark Web Monitoring for the remainder of the subscription at no extra cost. Criminal Domain is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Google Podcasts. Link to podcast to come.