The Adversary Intelligence Company
Cyber attacks and data breaches cost consumers, companies and countries billions of dollars annually. This problem isn’t going away. In fact, it is getting worse every day. Hacked and dumped, or leaked identity information is proliferating in the surface, social, deep and dark webs and bad actors are using this information to launch new attacks.
What We Do
4iQ continuously collects exposed identity information found in open sources on the surface, social, deep, and dark web. More than 25+ Billion deduped and validated identity records with over 100+ Billion attributes to date have been curated and normalized, creating one of the largest collections of compromised identities – the 4iQ IDLake™ – to help investigators combat fraud, money laundering, counter terrorism financing, insider threats and other cyber crimes. The 4iQ IDLake™ also helps protect consumers from identity theft and account takeover.
Who We Serve
We empower the people on the frontlines of cyber war – intelligence analysts, threat hunters, criminal investigators – to efficiently and effectively investigate and monitor threat actors and cyber criminals involving fraud, cryptocurrency, identity theft, account takeover, money laundering and more.
Financial, Enterprise & Healthcare Organizations
Government & Other Public Agencies
Security & Fraud Solution Vendors
Identity Protection Service Providers
Financial Crimes (AML & Fraud)
Fraud and IP Theft Investigators
Cyber Crime Investigators and Analysts
Crypto-Currency KYC Investigators
Smuggling & Trafficking Analysts
Identity Theft Product Managers
What They Say
Are you a Target? How Cyber Criminals are using personal information to target High Net-Worth Individuals, Family Offices & Corporate Executives
Industry experts Luke Wilson, VP of Intelligence at 4iQ and Luke Gorman, US Practice Lead at ITC Secure discusses how personal identities are traded online, risks and how you can protect yourself, your family, and your company’s executives from becoming targets of identity-based cyberattacks.