Web browsers are essential applications and like other types of software, they are vulnerable Hackers are quick to target these weaknesses and create malicious web sites that attempt to instal malware in your system. Once they succeed, hackers can hijack your browser and change the user browser settings without your knowledge or permission. This enables them to gather personal information or in a worst case scenario gain total access to your machine. Cybercriminals will exploit any vulnerability in order to conduct such attack using applications such as Java, Adobe Reader, Windows Internet Explorer and Android. There are also other types of threat such as: malicious websites, malicious scripts, executable PE files, Trojan-downloaders and exploit packs. Vertros using BigData technology has developed tools to learn through the dark and deep web of any criminal schemes in the process of targeting your organisation. This process enables Vertros to advise your company and implement the best strategy to frustrate and eliminate any creeping scheme. Unpatched software and firmware that, in itself creates vulnerabilities, is also a growing problem. Corporate assets embrace a high level of risk due to visible weaknesses stemming from unpatched software vulnerabilities. This leaves companies exposed to sophisticated cyber-crime stealth attacks. IT software will in some cases try to update itself automatically when a security feature is available, but in practice, many corporations block this process. Our Intelligence monitoring system solves this problem by constantly checking to see if a security update is available, advising you when they are required, and assisting you to keep your system up to date.