A few days ago another huge data set with stolen user data was published on the Internet. Over 773 million e-mail addresses and over 21 million passwords are said to have been published in plain text – thus opening the way to sensitive data.
And things like that happen more and more often: Login data is stolen and published or traded in the Darknet – for private accounts as well as for company accounts. Since companies cannot fully ensure that their employees choose secure and unique passwords, they should use technologies that monitor credentials and detect abuses and resulting risks in a timely manner. Often users notice far too late that their accounts have been hacked and that sensitive data became freely accessible as a result. We’ll tell you how you can protect your company.