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Defend Against Credential Hacking

Steps to Defend Against Account Credential Hacking

Credential hacking is the fraudulent use of names and passwords to breach the accounts of individuals for the purpose of stealing data, such as personal financial details or sensitive commercial data. The acquisition of these account credentials is a result of data breaches over time and cybercriminals commonly use these credentials to hack accounts.

For a step-by-step guide to defend against account credential hacking – Download the whitepaper.

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