Compromised Credentials: Learn from the Exposure of the World's 1,000 Biggest Companies

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Download Barely a week goes by without reports of a leaked database. For the companies that are breached, the reputational, brand and financial implications are clear.

But how vast are the breaches, who is being targeted and why, and what is being done with the data?

Our new report analyzes the top 1,000 companies in the Forbes 2000 list to:
- Understand how the world's biggest companies have been affected by these breaches
- Identify trends across regions and industries
- Explore how threat actors are making use of these compromised credentials

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