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Poor Security Persists at FTSE 100
30th November 2017
IT security vendor Anomali has just published a new security report showing the UK’s FTSE 100 companies have been subjected to over 439 suspicious Domain registrations this year, 2017. The Banking sector had the most with the Energy sector in second place.

This report also shows that the number of stolen credentials of FTSE 100 employees tripled in 2017, and a whopping 77% of the FTSE 100 were exposed with an average of 218 usernames and password stolen, published or sold per company!

In May 2017, more than 560 million login credentials were found on an anonymous online database, including roughly 243.6 million unique email addresses and passwords.

It seems that our biggest and richest organisations are still failing to keep their data safe and secure.

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