NetAgent is a monitoring service for the protection of personal data on the Internet. Its biggest advantage is the detection of stolen or compromised personal and financial data on the Internet. It is designed to provide proactive cyber protection at the international level. It monitors the movement of personal and financial data on the Internet in real time and prevents their misuse for illegal purposes.

15 EUR / year*

the minimum lenght of the subscription is 1 year

Ways you can get NetAgent

1. After logging in to the portal, select the NetAgent service.
2. Payment will be made online by credit card.
3. After payment, you are provided with access to the NetAgent service and can choose the range of personal and financial data to be monitored.

1. As the NetAgent service is available online, registration at the portal is required.
2. You can register at the Client Center without having to wait. 
3. You can pay for the NetAgent service by payment card or cash at the Client Center.



What is NetAgent

  • A monitoring service that tracks personal, address and financial data, including login details for Internet applications.
  • The scope of monitored data includes: name, surname, address, date of birth, personal identification number, ID card number, passport number, driver's license number, bank account number in national and international formats, credit card number, e‑mail addresses and telephone numbers.
  • You will receive a notification email or SMS as soon as a negative event is found that’s related to the monitored data. All notifications are available online after logging in to the portal.
  • After a negative event is detected, it will be necessary to take new safety measures.





We collect data from Internet forums and websites, IRC channels, sophisticated searches of personal data, Twitter feeds, P2P resources, hidden and anonymous web services, malware samples, botnets and torrent resources.



NetAgent looks back into the past. After activation, monitoring of your data will begin. We look 8 years into the past.



Your NetAgent service monitors Internet activity around personal data you define, whether it is traded and/or sold online. This notification means that our monitoring technology has discovered information on the Internet that matches the data you have defined.



NetAgent significantly reduces the risk of identity theft. If your personal data is in any way compromised, you will be immediately informed and can take action quickly. Although no identity protection tool will fully prevent theft, precautionary measures from NetAgent will allow you to react immediately.


Guidelines for safe behaviour on the Internet

1) Protect your personal data on the Internet

  • Keep the spam filter turned on
  • Be suspicious of unsolicited advertising campaigns and offers
  • Be vigilant if you do not know the sender
  • Trusted websites and online payment providers will never ask you to confirm confidential information, such as passwords or account details
  • Remove spam (as it may contain viruses or be used for phishing) and never open suspicious attachments

2) Phishing

Fraudulent e‑mail can also appear as e‑mail from a trusted source. Listed below is an overview of warning signs that will help you detect phishing:

  • E-mail from a free email address and not from a corporate e‑mail address
  • The e‑mail begins with a general greeting
  • Contains a threat (information that your account is insecure or may be shut down)
  • Requires personal information (username, password or bank details)
  • Contains a link to a website with a web address that is different from the official address of the sender's organization

 3) Browse the Internet safely

  • Check the URL in your browser's address bar for any spelling mistakes or unexpected names
  • Be suspicious if the website does not provide any contact information
  • Before entering personal or financial data, make sure you are on a secure page and the URL contains https:// and not just http://

4) Take the necessary precautions

  • If you have a wireless network, make sure it is encrypted
  • Block pop-ups in the browser or use different browsers
  • Only open attachments if a trusted person sends them
  • Create "strong passwords" that are at least eight characters long and contain a mixture of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and punctuation marks or symbols. Avoid mistakes and do not simplify the process of creating passwords
  • Keep your passwords secret and do not share them with anyone 

5) Update the following tools regularly

  • Firewall
  • Anti-virus software
  • OS Update (for security patches and bug fixes)
  • Anti-spyware tools

NetAgent – Questions and Answers

Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions related to NetAgent. You can find more detailed information in our FAQ section. 

How do I find out if my data is being compromised?

As soon as we identify an event that concerns your monitored data, we will send you a notification email or SMS within 24 hours of the event. All notifications are also available in the client zone of the portal.

How should I react if I receive a NetAgent notification?

If you receive an SMS or email notification concerning an event with the monitored data, you should take the necessary measures. 

What information does NetAgent monitor?

NetAgent monitors your personal, address, financial and contact information, including application login details: name, surname, address, date of birth, personal identification number, ID card number, passport number, driver's license number, bank account number in national and international formats, credit card numbers, email addresses and phone numbers. Each user chooses the range of data at their own discretion.