Staff are taking to the dark web to leak corporate secrets for cash, research reveals. Hackers from US-based risk management outfit RedOwl and Israeli threat intelligence firm IntSights worked their way past the interview process to access the private dark net property Kick Ass Marketplace, where they found evidence of staff selling internal corporate secrets to hackers. In some cases staff even collaborated with blackhats to infect their company networks with malware. Staff at an unnamed bank were also found to be helping hackers maintain a persistent presence on their corporate networks.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Register