221 of the Fortune 500 Have Exposed Credentials on the Web

221 of the Fortune 500 Have Exposed Credentials on the Web

October 29, 2014 • S3

Recorded Future analysis published in the “The Fortune 500’s Unfortunate 221” threat intelligence report identified employee credential exposures for at least 44% of major US companies in 2014.

These 221 companies account for 51% of top financial firms, 62% of technology firms, and 37% of energy companies in the Fortune 500.

This research leveraged a new feature in Recorded Future which allows a user to analyze hundreds of terms in real time against our vast repository of open sources of information.

Download the full report which describes how Recorded Future identified these exposed credentials on the open web. Also included are recommendations to improve your organization’s security.

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