Big Breaches Are Bad; Phishing and Keyloggers May Be Worse

Study: Every Week, Pedestrian Attacks Compromise Hundreds of Thousands of Credentials
Rare, massive data breaches don’t necessarily pose the greatest risk to organizations, according to a new study co-authored by Google researchers. Also beware of quiet pedestrian schemes – think phishing, keyloggers – and attack tactics unchanged since the mid-2000s.

Source: Bank Info Security
Big Breaches Are Bad; Phishing and Keyloggers May Be Worse

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