How do we stop hackers without understanding their true nature? What are they after, what is valuable to them? And how does what is valuable to them translate to our losses?

Being in the business of threat intelligence, we see how disproportionate hackers’ gains are when compared to the losses they inflict upon affected organizations. By far, not every stolen record gets abused. Yet, since there is no easy way to determine what becomes of the stolen data, the organization has to declare a total loss, even in a case of a minor breach.

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