Securing Active Directory credentials is absolutely crucial to protect against network breaches. Access management can help put a protective layer at the forefront of your network.
Study on 9 billion recovered login credentials shows significant password reuse which can help cybercriminals conduct credential stuffing attacks and possible account takeover.
Latest Instagram password leak has exposed 10,000 plaintext credentials in the SocialCaptain app, allowing anyone to access any app profile by entering a unique user ID into a public URL.
Owner of a botnet has leaked the access credentials for more than 515,000 servers and claimed they were changing business models to make use of cloud service providers instead.
A new phishing attack started to surface where hackers leverage on Microsoft OAuth apps to steal user credentials from SharePoint and OneDrive users using official Office 365 login page.
A major password breach which was first reported this September has just been confirmed by Zynga. It appears that the 170 million affected users were not notified when the original breach news broke.
Even with 64% of cloud security incidents stemming from unauthorized access, businesses are still underestimating access security with only 7% of security leaders citing account takeovers as top risk.
Compromised passwords happens to everyone. Any company, regardless of size should be using MFA as part of their security strategy as it can be one of the easiest ways to secure accounts.