Research, news and updates on cybersecurity and fraud
Read the key steps an organization handling EU citizens' data should initiate if a data breach transpires to comply with GDPR.
Attackers can use compromised credentials to gain unauthorized access to an organization's information, leading to ATO attacks.
DSA report reveals that 96% of respondents think they could have prevented a breach by focusing on identity security.
DBIR: Compromised credentials are a main area of concern. The impact grows as both ransomware and supply chain attacks impact every industry.
Intuitive ATO Protection starts by eliminating the reuse of compromised credentials on your site, to prevent credential stuffing, account takeover & fraud.
Credential stuffing is a cybercrime technique where an attacker uses automated scripts to try each credential against a target web site.
Account Takeover (known as ATO) is a type of identity theft where a bad actor gains unauthorized access to an online account belonging to someone else.
Corporate Account Takeover (CATO) is an organization-specific identity theft where cybercriminals steal employee passwords to gain access.
Credential stuffing attacks are posing major risks to banks and credit unions. Read how to address the vulnerabilities in open banking.