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Protect Your Family

Keep your whole family safe in the digital space. Our solutions include child identity monitoring, digital inheritance tools, and more, providing robust online protection and peace of mind.

Family Safety

Protecting Your Most Vulnerable Loved Ones

With Child ID Monitoring, Social Media Oversight,  Dark Web Scanning, and Sex Offender Monitoring keep your children safe from digital threats and identity theft.


Increased Parental Awareness

More detections of personal information on the dark web, indicating increased effectiveness in preventing identity theft.


Safer Social Interactions

Reduction in unmonitored social media interactions and identity risks, showing enhanced safety for your children.

Unified Family Security

Family Password Management Made Easy

Our Password Manager simplifies password security for the whole family. It allows secure, shared access to online accounts, ensuring everyone's digital safety.

Password Manager

Centralize and enhance your team’s password security, safeguarding access to all business accounts and sensitive data.

Identity Center

Setup and monitor your children's SSN, social accounts, bank accounts, email addresses, passports, and more.

Digital Legacy Management

Manage Your Digital Legacy with Ease

Organize your online presence with Digital Inheritance tools help manage and secure your online assets, ensuring a smooth and secure transition of digital information for future generations.

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Protect Your Digital Life Today

Get peace of mind with Dteckt's comprehensive cybersecurity solutions and financial tools.

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Frequently asked questions and answers

Find answers to common questions about our cybersecurity solutions and how Dteckt can address your specific business needs.

Can I still become a victim of identity theft even though I am enrolled in Dark Web Monitoring?

Monitoring the Dark Web dramatically reduces your risk of identity theft by letting you know sooner if your personal information is compromised, and in turn enabling prevention or quick resolution of an identity theft incident. In addition to Dark Web Monitoring, you also have identity protection recovery services to help alleviate some of the financial burden of identity theft and guide you through the often confusing and difficult process. Unfortunately, no identity protection tool can prevent identity theft altogether.

Is the buying and selling of others’ personal information online illegal?

This activity is illegal in the United States, but other countries do not necessarily have the same laws as related to cybercrime. United States regulatory agencies have no jurisdiction to prosecute fraudsters acting on websites and chat rooms located in other countries.

What if the alert references only some of the personal information Dark Web is tracking?

Even if only some of your personal information has been detected by the Dark Web, it is recommended that you contact the appropriate institution to have your account information changed or change your account information yourself if possible - like updating the password to your email account. It is safe to assume that if some of your information is compromised, all of it is. You may also want to review a copy of your credit report to ensure that all the information that appears there is familiar to you.

What does it mean when I receive an alert?

Your Dark Web service tracks Internet activity for signs that the personal information you’ve asked us to monitor is being traded and/or sold online. This alert means that our surveillance technology has discovered information on the Internet that is a match to your monitored identity elements.

What time range does my initial Dark Web report cover?

Your first Dark Web report includes data from the previous 8 years. This means that Dark Web searches the prior 8 years of records it has collected for a match to the personal information you are monitoring.

Where does Dark Web data come from?

This data comes from Internet forums and websites, web pages, IRC channels, refined PII search engine queries, Twitter feeds, P2P sources, hidden and anonymous web services, malware samples, botnets, and torrent sources.

What time range does my initial Non-Credit Loan Monitoring report cover?

Your first Non-Credit Loan Monitoring report includes data from the past 2 years.

How many non-credit loan establishments does Non-Credit Loan Monitoring report cover?

Non-Credit Loan Monitoring gets data from 23 of the top 25 payday lenders.

What is a non-credit loan?

Non-credit loans include both payday and quick-cash loans that do not require an SSN or credit inquiry to complete. Non-Credit Loan Monitoring alerts users if this type of loan has been opened using an element of their identity.

Family Account and Child Monitoring

In addition to Privacy and Reputation Risks, the Family Plan also allows you to monitor child accounts. Child monitoring also monitoring for Weapons. The Weapons monitoring will notify of any posts mentioning weapons.

What Does Social Media Monitoring look for?

Privacy Risks: Posts that include personal information including your address and date of birth.
Reputation Risks: Alcohol and Drug References, Harmful or Threatening Language, Sexual Language, Vulgar Language (curse words, profanity, inappropriate slang), Discrimination (words/phrases with racist, religious, other bigotry type connotations).

Does this service scan my images in addition to the written content posted on my social networks?

Social Networking Monitoring does not currently scan images, but it does scan the image caption or post that goes along with it.

How soon after risky content is posted will I be notified?

You will receive a notification within 24-48 hours.

What social networks are in scope?

Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram

How far back does my initial report search?

Your initial report includes data for 45 days prior to the day you enroll.

Can I add more than one account for any social network?

No, only one account per network can be monitored at this time.

How often is my Sex Offender Monitoring report updated?

Your Sex Offender Monitoring report is updated monthly. If there is a change in the data returned at this time, you will receive an alert.

What if I see my name used by an offender in the Sex Offender Monitoring report?

False matches in this report can occur as a result of an individual having the same name and/or date of birth as you. This may also indicate that a sex offender has used your name or personal information to register. A false match can usually be resolved by calling the relevant courthouse to make sure the records in question belong to another individual. If the courthouse confirms that the records in question relate to your identity – usually done by confirming your SSN or driver’s license number – and you have not been convicted of a sex crime, you may be a victim of identity theft. If you are concerned, please contact Dteckt at 240-823-4344 or

Are all sex offenders required to register?

Not all criminals convicted of a sex-related offense are required to register. However, sex offenders who were not ordered to register would still appear in a criminal records database, and could have an offense description indicating a sex crime.

What records does Sex Offender Monitoring search for my personal information?

Sex offender records are generated from entries from each state's sex offender registries. Our data is only as accurate as the information that is publicly available by the individual state. These registries span a database of over 1.8 million records from 49 states as well as Washington D.C., Native American reservations, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. Mississippi does not allow access to its records, but information about sex offenders in this state are still included in our database when offenders have moved there from other states.

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