Research, views, and insights on cybersecurity, account takeover, fraud, and more
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.
Effective threat intelligence for compromised credential screening involves discerning reconnaissance and real-time analysis and deployment.
The City of Prescott wanted an automated and reliable method to assess and enforce password security in their organization.
A recent SEC ruling could inform future cybersecurity cases. How financial investment firms must secure their users’ personal accounts.
FINRA produced guidance for organizations to tighten their cybersecurity, but no advice was provided regarding the issue of password hygiene.
Ransomware attacks can have a devastating impact on companies. How can we collectively prepare for and respond? What’s more effective than ‘paying up’?
The education sector is a prime target for credential attacks and password reuse. Read how our solution has enabled Higher Ed to reduce the risk.