Does Fresh Security act legally?

Fresh Security gathers information from open source, using open-source intelligence (OSINT) techniques. For completeness, the UK's National Police Chief's Council defines open source as:

"Open Source is defined as publicly available information (i.e. any member of the public could lawfully obtain the information by request or observation). It includes books, newspapers, journals, TV and radio broadcasts, newswires, Internet WWW and newsgroups, mapping, imagery, photographs, commercial subscription databases and grey literature (conference proceedings and institute reports)." (https://www.suffolk.police.uk/sites/suffolk/files/003525-16_npcc_guidance_redacted.pdf)

To ensure privacy, Fresh Security only gathers and processes information when requested. Detailed information is only accessible by proving control of an email address in a relevant domain. This is something Fresh Security validates every time a customer logs into the service dashboard.

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Is Fresh Security GDPR complaint?

Yes. Fresh Security has been assessed to be GDPR compliant.

Your privacy is important to us. We process any information we collect in line with the Fresh Security privacy policy. We use cookies as described in our cookies policy.

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How do you calculate the Fresh Security risk score?

At Fresh Security, we believe that people should be at the heart of security. Which is why people and their environment are the foundation of the Fresh Security risk score.

The risk score is all about people

To calculate the risk score, we first calculate the risk each person faces. The personal risk score examines each email address that a person uses. When an email address is stolen, the algorithm looks at the other data stolen in the breach…

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