Hackers Can Steal Passwords, But Not User Behavior

Cybersecurity used to be about preventing access to a hermetically sealed environment: the corporate network. Today, security must contend with a decentralized IT environment as employees access data in different applications, from different locations, and on different devices. The cybersecurity challenge has evolved from keeping data inside the network perimeter to preventing data leakage as it travels across access points.Cloud is the grand enabler of this new way of work and the next generation of threats. Passwords are all too frequently the last (only) line of defense. Employees often reuse passwords between consumer and enterprise cloud applications, and the best phishing scams succeed nearly half the time.For a sense of the scale of this issue, 76.3% of companies have at least one compromised account incident per month in the cloud.…


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