As a data leaks customer, you can provide UpGuard with a set of keywords to monitor for. Our security crawler will use those keywords to actively search the Internet for resources that contain a keyword.

This data is then fed into our platform and analyzed by a combination of human analysts and proprietary algorithms to determine whether what has been found poses a risk to your organization or your customers.

This minimizes the number of false positives that are displayed in our Data Leaks findings.

Our Data Leaks Reporting feature provides analytics for your keywords’ search results, including those reviewed and determined to be junk data.

The page can be filtered for the last 24 hours, 7 days, or 30 days.

In the overview section, you can see the individual performance of each keyword for the selected period. This includes how many hits were dismissed as safe by an algorithm or analyst, and how many hits resulted in a finding.

If you would like the search results to focus on a specific keyword and classification (auto-classified, analyst-classified, or findings), click on the cell in the overview and the search results below will update and focus on only the selected keyword and classification. This is a shortcut to apply a specific filter based on a classification.

To see the details of an individual hit, click on the desired row as shown below.

You can also filter search results by clicking on the “Filters” button, which will result in a panel sliding out from the left-hand side of your screen that looks like below.

From here, you can filter by classification, source, keyword, or a combination of the three.

If you are a current UpGuard customer and are interested in the Data Leaks module. Please contact your Technical Account Manager or click the chat widget in the lower right corner of your screen.

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