The FTSE 100: Targeted Brand Attacks and Mass Credential Exposures
The Financial Times Stock Exchange is comprised of 100 companies on the London Stock Exchange with the highest market capitalization. These companies are frequently a target for attack via suspicious domain registrations and compromised credentials.
Research from Anomali Labs indicated that over three-quarters (77%) of the Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) 100 companies are at risk of a cyber-attack from compromised credentials. These 77% of companies had an average of 218 exposed credentials each.
82% of companies had suspicious domain registrations made in their name. The most impacted vertical was Banking (83), more than double of the next industry, Energy (41).
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