Cybercrime Spotlight: How the dark web works

7/27/23 at 11:00 AM to 7/27/23 at 12:00 PM

What makes the dark web so dark? Join us for a deep dive into the inner workings of the darkest corners of the internet. Come along for a guided tour of the criminal underground and see first-hand how hackers and criminals use the anonymity of the dark web to sell their goods and hide their crimes. We’ll also cover how the dark web can be used for good by enabling spies, journalists, and others to protect their privacy. In this talk, we’ll discuss:

  • What the dark web really is
  • The technology that makes the dark web work
  • Hacker portals and brokers of stolen data
  • Dark web markets and their products
  • Law enforcement takedowns
  • Legitimate uses for the dark web
  • What if your data is found on the dark web

Finally, we’ll discuss how the dark web and the underground economy it provides are directly related to the latest cyber threats, enabling hackers to buy malware, zero-day exploits, and much more.


  • Matt Durrin, director of response and research, LMG Security
  • Devon DeFreitas, cyber services manager, Beazley

Register today on Beazley’s website.