Security Insights & Networking Morning
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When security breaches make headlines, they tend to be about the catastrophic failure of technology. BUT the reality of how this happened, whatever the size or scope of the breach, is usually caused by an action, or failure of someone inside the company.
Ninety percent of data breaches seen by Verizon's data breach investigation team have a phishing or social engineering component to them. Not coincidentally, one of the hottest commodities on underground or dark web marketplaces are credentials, which attackers can use to log into enterprises and make it appear that they're legitimate users.
Whilst all organisations differ tremendously in the security of their technology infrastructures, what they all have in common is ‘people’ – all of whom have the potential to be a threat.