Credential-related attacks lead to the biggest financial losses, says report

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Extreme loss events could cost victims 100 times their annual revenue or more, says the Cyentia Institute

Cyber attacks resulting from stolen credentials are more common and more financially damaging for organisations than any other type of cyber incident, according to new research. The Cyentia Inst...

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