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Apple users have statistically more money than those who use other platforms, making this company’s customers a hot target.
Rounding out the top five, which have all been tech companies, is eBay. It’s been breached before and it could very well be breached again.
Credit card numbers are readily available on the darknet, and American Express customers are the most at risk.
Frontier is a huge ISP, and it seems to be a bit lax about protecting its records if this list is anything to go on.
Despite the decline in the necessity of the graphing calculator, Texas Instruments is going strong, both as a company and a darknet presence.
Maybe its inclusion on this list is part of the reason FedEx was one of only a few US-based companies taken down by WannaCry.
The first bank on the list, Wells Fargo gets the prize for being the financial institution with the biggest darknet footprint. With this bank you’ll definitely go far–right into the depths of the darkweb.
The Windows manufacturer has done a lot to improve security over the years, but it’s never quite enough.
American Airlines Group
United has finally decided to share the spotlight.
Comcast may not be well liked, but cybercriminals sure like it as a target.
GE manufactures a ton of products–maybe your microwave really is spying on you.
Thinking of using Morgan Stanley for your financial management? You’d do well to ask it about its cybersecurity practices first.
Lockheed Martin is supposedly a huge player in the defense and security sectors, so why is it listed here?
Disney’s presence on this list is a bit surprising at first glance, but not when you think of the massive sums of money it makes.
State Farm Insurance Cos.
State Farm customers may find a second cybersecurity policy to be a good idea.
You can probably find some incredible deals on stolen Best Buy data on the darknet.
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Honeywell manufactures a lot of stuff, including security systems. Maybe it spends too much time researching how to secure homes and not servers.