Earlier this year, the Department of Justice announced that they, along with other international authorities, had seized Slilpp, the largest site for stolen login credentials on the Dark Web. The site had over 80 million user credentials lifted from 1,400 service providers.
Authorities from four different countries all helped the FBI seize servers that hosted Slilpp. They also arrested and/or charged 12 people involved with operating the site.
Eighty million user credentials from 1,400 sites is a lot of sensitive information. That said, though, the Department of Justice still hasn’t ascertained the full impact of the illegal activity on Slilpp. In the U.S., activity on the site led to almost $200 million in losses – and that’s just a tiny fraction of the total activity.
The fight isn’t over, but this case is a big win against illegal login sale marketplaces. The Department of Justice hopes for more seizures like this one in the future.
THE BEST TIPS FOR TRAINING NEW HIRES
The hiring process is stressful. You put in a considerable amount of work training someone for their role and hope they’ll become a responsible employee. As difficult as this process is, however, you can streamline it with these tips.
Create A Scalable Guide For New Hires To Follow
Document all the responsibilities of the role and put them together in a concrete guide for new hires. This documentation will work especially well for visual learners, for recent graduates who are used to learning through guides and for non-native English speakers. In truth, though, anyone can benefit from having a set of principles to refer to.
Draw Examples From Real Life
When training someone in what to do in a specific situation, provide actual examples of what you did in that particular situation in the past. New hires will have an easier time completing their work if they have a previous example that shows them what to do.
Develop Your Interview Skills
Like great teachers, great leaders ask great questions to surmise if new hires are understanding their role. This will ensure that nothing gets lost in translation throughout the onboarding process.