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Lucideus launches SAFE Me, a new mobile app for your online security assessment, dark web exposure scan

SAFE Me application is available for free on Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The free version gives you unlimited deep and dark web exposure scan. 

Lucideus Launches SAFE Me,
Lucideus Launches SAFE Me, (Lucideus )

Cybersecurity firm Lucideus on Wednesday announced the launch of ‘SAFE Me’, a new mobile application that gives users insights on breach likelihood, exposure on the dark web, and an algorithm-driven score on their safety.

The algorithm has been developed as joint research with MIT and leverages Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). The score is on a scale of zero to five based on a combination of elements such as exposure on the deep and dark web, cybersecurity awareness, and device security, among others.

Another highlight of the application is that it does not require any important device permission to give you an assessment. Lucideus’ mobile app is free to download and is available on both Google Play Store and Apple App Store. There are three tiers of SAFE Me application with the basic one being free of cost for end-users. Apart from the dark web exposure scan, it features 50 cybersecurity awareness training and quizzes. It also gives an analysis of the security posture of other mobile applications.

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The second tier – SAFE Me Enterprise – allows users to register as many as five email IDs (free version allows one). Additional benefits include personalised training campaigns for set user groups, additional security awareness training and quizzes, and more. The service is available for $36 per year per user.

SAFE Me also analyses your device security
SAFE Me also analyses your device security (Lucideus )

The premium SAFE Me Platinum has more benefits such as an unlimited number of email ID registration, personalised exposure assessment, personalised secure communication assessments, and personalised cybersecurity insurance policy, among others. The service is available for $10,000 per year per user.

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“SAFE Me is designed to help consumers re-engineer their cyber consciousness. We’ve designed a solution that empowers consumers to easily monitor and understand their cyber risk across all their devices and the digital platforms they frequent such as Google, Twitter or Facebook in real-time. By curating a digital, gamified, easy-to-understand, and mobile-first experience, SAFE Me equips consumers with the know-how needed in today’s digital environment,” said Saket Modi, CEO, Lucideus.

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