Stolen credentials are key to avoiding breach detection
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Stolen credentials are key to avoiding breach detection

Attackers can fly under the radar by using stolen credentials in favor of using malware to avoid breach detection.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: searchsecurity.techtarget.com

There is no such thing as a private network. You must always assume that there are unauthorized people, hackers, in the network.

The users with the highest security levels, like admins, must also have the strongest authentication requirements since if their credentials are stolen and misused the damage could be substantial.

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Stolen credentials are key to avoiding breach detection