2018 Annual Credential Exposure Report

Account Takeover by the Numbers

Each year, our experts dig into the data from the previous year and break all the breaches down by the numbers. Several large, high-profile data breaches were often in the media spotlight through 2018, but that’s only part of the story.

Unsurprisingly, last year password reuse was the primary culprit behind account takeover (ATO) attacks, but do you know the top three types of personally identifiable information for sale?

Download the full 2018 SpyCloud report and get account takeover by the numbers:

  • Data recovered by SpyCloud
  • The weak link is password encryption
  • Personally identifiable information for sale
  • Top leaked passwords by country

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2018 Annual Credential Exposure Report

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