Cyber-attacks have become recurrent with major corporate giants falling prey to criminal hackers. The recent Facebook (FB – Free Report) security breach has been the talk of the town since September, when the company announced that accounts of about 50 million users were hacked.
Last week, Facebook reported that the graveness of the attack was less than what the company had initially estimated. Although 50 million accounts were hacked, hackers were able to steal personal information of about 30 million users, a CNBC report cited. The attacks were carried out via access tokens that allow users to log into their accounts without providing passwords every time.
The nature of the recent cyber breaches demand an unconventional approach each time to detect the possible threats. While most technology giants and companies focus on fixing and building immunity to the existing security issues, it is necessary to learn of probable