HOW IT WORKS
Enzoic’s Payment Card BIN Monitoring enables financial institutions to subscribe their BIN (Bank Identification Number) numbers for timely alerts if they’re circulating on the Dark Web. Through Enzoic’s intuitive service, an immediate alert with the full compromised card number is sent, allowing institutions to be proactive in their security approach and ensuring they are the first to detect compromised card data. Designed for flexibility, these alerts can be integrated with SIEM, card management, and other systems or workflows.Download the BIN Brief
HOW IT CAN HELP ME
A single compromised credit card costs issuers an average of $2,500. BIN monitoring empowers financial institutions to proactively monitor credit and debit card BIN numbers for Dark Web exposure, enabling early remediation and damage prevention while enhancing customer security and trust.
Our threat research team ensures the most comprehensive and collection of compromised card data from the Dark Web.
Enzoic now employs AI-powered advanced language models to speed up the process of converting vast quantities of Dark Web data into useful and actionable information.
Financial institutions can take immediate action when breaches containing credit card numbers associated with their BINs are found.
No need for data queries or pulls. Enzoic seamlessly integrates into new or existing workflows for easy implementation.
Read the technical docs. Explore quick-start guides, code snippets, and a comprehensive resource library to integrate into your workflows.Read Docs
Blake Rodemeyer, Director of Information Services
“We’ve entrusted Enzoic with the crucial task of monitoring the Dark Web for any potential exposure of our card numbers in 3rd party data breaches. It’s reassuring to know that we have a proactive system in place that keeps a vigilant eye on potential exposures, ensuring our members are protected from fraud.”
Enzoic's new service will allow financial organizations to subscribe their institution's BIN to the service and receive alerts when it detects an exposure.
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