You can buy access to a company’s data on the Dark Web for less than a Macbook


Cybercriminals looking to gain access to a company’s endpoints and infrastructure can do that for the price of a Macbook, and sometimes even less, a new report has found.

Kaspersky analyzed some 200 posts on the dark web, advertising stolen data, or stolen access to companies of all shapes and sizes, and found that on average, crooks pay an average of $2,000 – $4,000 to access the systems (opens in new tab) of large corporations, which the researchers believe is a solid investment given the potential for major ROI. 

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