Hackers recently launched a credential stuffing attack on the new Disney+ streaming service by using database of usernames and passwords from previous hacks.
Study on 9 billion recovered login credentials shows significant password reuse which can help cybercriminals conduct credential stuffing attacks and possible account takeover.
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.
Reddit hack shows that the industry standard two-factor authentication approach in certain cases might not offer as much protection of vulnerable data as has long been thought.
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.
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.
Attribute based access control provides a dynamic level of access control, based on the environment and conditions, needed for privacy and data protection.
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.