What's required to access the Dark Web? And how does one separate fact from fiction? These are two of the five things Dark Web users need to know, says Danny Rogers, co-founder and CEO of Terbium Labs.
"Through our original research, we've found that actually half the content floating around on [the Dark Web] is perfectly legal and benign," Rogers says. "It's the other half you really have to worry about - a lot of it is illegal drugs; a lot of it is stolen credit cards, other stolen data, and those are the parts that one specifically has to worry about."
In an interview about how to use the Dark Web, Rogers discusses:
- Common misconceptions about the Dark Web;
- The five things everyone needs to know;
- How Terbium Labs helps customers search data on the Dark Web.
Rogers is the co-founder and CEO of Terbium Labs, an information security and data intelligence startup based in Baltimore. He is a computational physicist with experience supporting defense and intelligence community cyber operations, as well as startup experience in the defense, energy, and biotechnology sectors. He is an author and expert in the field of quantum cryptography and has published numerous patents and papers on that and other subjects. Prior to co-founding Terbium Labs, he managed a portfolio of physics and sensor research projects at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.