Web of Science was one of the first databases to offer "cited reference" searching and is the most widely known. Conduct a "Cited Reference" search for your name. See the tutorial link below for help conducting this type of search.
Be aware that variations in titles and author names as well as data errors contribute to inaccuracy.
1. Search for your name in the author box of the "Advanced Google Scholar Search"
2. Look for "Cited by" below each result for the number of citations. Click this link to see who is citing the work.
Google Scholar gathers content using web crawlers, so exact content coverage is not known.