Online businesses must prioritize credential stuffing mitigations by detecting and preventing automation in credential stuffing, and identifying compromised credentials of legitimate users and forcing them to change password to disincentivize the attackers and break the attack lifecycle.
Weak and compromised passwords are responsible for about 80% of hacking-related breaches. Today, there are more encryption options available to stop bad actors in their tracks.
Passwords are becoming more of a liability than the security asset they were intended to be. Should companies consider passwordless technologies for better benefits and cost savings?