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5 Warning Signs Your Business Has Been Breached

Suspicious activity on the corporate network could signal an ongoing attack that needs to be contained quickly. Learn how to spot the signs of an ongoing attack or data breach.

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1. Suspicious Access Patterns

Identifying suspicious access patterns is easier said than done, Shteiman said, but modern authentication platforms have built-in behavioral analytics to spot abnormal user activity. An employee accessing business data on vacation could be a sign something is wrong, or a worker typically based in Utah observed logging into a system from a location in China should set off a big red flag, Shteiman said. Other signs of a potential problem include data being accessed after hours, files getting copied all at the same time, or an account sending a large number of emails with attachments over a short period of time, Shteiman said.

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