2021 Report: Breach Exposure of the Fortune 1000

Given the explosion of digital services in recent years and the
global shift to remote work in 2020, most people are juggling more
online logins than ever. It’s no wonder that users commonly fall
back on weak and reused passwords that are easy to remember—
and just as easy for criminals to exploit.
For enterprises, bad password hygiene puts sensitive corporate
assets within easy reach of malicious actors. Even at America’s
largest companies, a data breach that reveals an employee’s
reused password or personal information can help a criminal
sidestep sophisticated security measures and gain privileged
access to corporate resources. Each new breach provides bad
actors with more stolen data to exploit



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