Know what’s out there and what it means for you. View on the Dark Web and interpret everything you enter in the KELA search engine service. With unique, anonymous access, KELA monitors the chatter on the Dark Web to proactively identify fraud plans and targeted fraud operations.

New threats continually emerge from the cybercrime underground, while the sophistication of attacks increases. Your organization is at risk, but the sheer volume of alerts and false positives impedes your team’s ability to know what’s relevant to you, delaying your ability to take immediate protective action.



ZERO IN ON THE TRUE THREATS - False positives and endless hours of manual effort are the pain point of all defenders. KELA arms cyber threat intelligence teams with highly automatic, targeted intelligence to prioritize contextualized threats and inform the right actions to mitigate them.

ACCURATELY PROFILE THREAT ACTORS - Understanding threat actors’ Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) is half the battle. KELA studies how threat actors operate, and excels at obtaining the necessary resources to accurately profile them, providing you with extra context about threats.


PROTECT NUMEROUS ASSETS SIMULTANEOUSLY - Multiple threats may be targeting your organization at the same time. KELA lets you stay up to date with all threats simultaneously – ransomware, vulnerabilities, supply chain threats, insider threats, and more – so you can understand the complete picture and the comprehensive risk level.

AMPLIFY YOUR TEAM - KELA’s advanced solutions, coupled with the experts in our Cyber Intelligence Center, extend your team’s bandwidth, bridge skill gaps and maximize resource efficiency. Quantifying real and relevant threats helps senior leadership and the Board understand your team’s true value.


With the Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) method you can collect information from public sources. Professional analysis of that information can help to effectively combat cyber security risks (see Rescana TPRM). With KELA you go one step further. This risk assessment tool offers insight into what is happening on the Dark Web and interprets everything you enter in Darkbeast – the search engine – about your organization and risks from a cybercrime perspective.

This way you know in advance whether, for example, logins are offered and by whom. With KELA you can reasonably predict whether an attack is being prepared. Based on the information obtained, you can take measures to minimize threats. KELA studies how threat actors work and thereby reduces the attack surface.


The underground world of cybercrime is hyper-moving and difficult to fathom. There are tons of forums, marketplaces, and information streams on the Dark Web. This makes navigating a major challenge, let alone distilling that multitude of data. To see the forest between those countless trees, KELA automatically mines the movements of malicious parties aimed at information relevant to your brand, company or individuals, such as senior executives. Even the most remote sources are included. Nothing that could be important is missed.


Thanks to unique, anonymous access, KELA monitors the chatter on the Dark Web to proactively identify fraud plans and targeted fraud operations. Cert2Connect's fraud detection experts help you understand trends in fraud-related information to specifically and proactively strengthen your cyber threat intelligence. If desired, we can look in more detail for compromised accounts, listings of credit card information or unique bank identification numbers. Particularly due to the current warning fatigue – due to the increasing flow of false positives – these are essential steps to protect your organization.


KELA's eyes and ears also automatically monitor threats via trusted third or fourth parties. Precisely because this supply chain can grow into a confusing number of suppliers, it is virtually impossible to do this manually. KELA technology continuously checks for leaked credentials, mentions of specific persons and fraud. For example, activities in the chain such as knowledge of data leaks, network links and ransomware attacks come to light. You gain more insight into the backdoor risks of your organization, so that you can take more targeted measures.