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81% of CEOs Have Had Email Addresses, Other Personal Info Leaked Online

December 7, 2017 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Threats & Incidents

81 percent of CEO email addresses are exposed on online spam/marketing lists and accessible to hackers, according to a report from cybersecurity and privacy firm F-Source, while 30 percent of CEOs have had their passwords for breached services (such as LinkedIn or Dropbox) exposed online and made accessible to hackers. Only 18 percent of CEO email addresses have not been associated with a breach or leak.
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