Password reuse is a leading cause of account takeover, and it’s an issue for security teams everywhere. Data breaches plague every enterprise, including America’s most successful businesses; but even employees who practice good password hygiene may put their employers at risk when third-party data breaches expose personal data that can be used against them.
To highlight the scope of the problem, SpyCloud analyzed breach data tied to employees of Fortune 1000 companies. For this analysis, we examined over 107 million Fortune 1000 employee breach records containing more than 543 million assets, all of which are available to cybercriminals and can be used for malicious purposes.
Download the report to see:
What kinds of stolen employee data criminals have access to, and the dangers it presents for enterprises
The most popular passwords of Fortune 1000 employees
How many employee and consumer credentials have been collected by keyloggers
Infographics showing credential exposure, password reuse rates, and more for all 21 Fortune 1000 sectors
Solution: Account Takeover Prevention
Reset stolen passwords before criminals can use them to defraud your users or access sensitive corporate data.
SpyCloud provides the earliest detection of potentially compromised accounts – those using credentials that have appeared in a third-party breach and are therefore at risk of account takeover. And we automate the remediation of exposed passwords, enabling enterprises to lock down accounts quickly, before damage is done.
SpyCloud safeguards more than 2 billion employee and consumer accounts from account takeover and follow-on attacks.
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