Account Takeover Attacks are on the Risk
Account takeovers are unbelievably common. 60% of account takeover victims reuse passwords across multiple accounts providing attackers many opportunities to compromise different services. Even if one of your customers personal accounts is compromised, they may reuse the same password on business accounts which could be put up for sale on the dark web.
Furthermore, account takeover attacks can be some of the most damaging. In many cases it can take an organization weeks or even months to identify a compromised account, by which time data may have been exfiltrated, ransomware distributed, or other malicious actions taken.
There are two major causes behind data leaks involving your company’s processes and plans, as well as employee and customer personal and financial information.
First, malicious actors are actively stealing this data to resell it for profit on illicit markets. Second, the data can be leaked following human errors by employees and partners. The remote workforce has increased the use of cloud-based collaborative tools that employees use to create accounts and store data without your knowledge. Data access rights are usually not managed by security teams which may lead to leaks
Preventing Account Takeover
Preventing account takeover attacks can be difficult. Despite many companies implementing more and more strict password policies, customers’ accounts are often hacked. Even if your customers have top-tier cybersecurity programs and 24/7 monitoring, an unauthorized user with the right credentials can still cause a data breach or ransomware attack.
Identify Stolen Credentials Before They Are Used for Account Takeover
Identify Stolen Credentials Before They Are Used for Account Takeover.
Firework collects leaked credentials from the dark, deep and clear web. When a customer creates an account or resets his password, his new credentials are compared in real-time with those stored in Flare. If a match is found, the customer is notified that the credentials are not secure and that he should use a different password.
Prevent Stolen Credential Attacks
Stay Ahead of Attackers
Proactively identify stolen account credentials to prevent ransomware attacks & data breaches
Understand Your Security Posture
Get visibility into your external security posture, and where your data is being sold on the dark web
Prevent financial fraud
Proactively identify stolen customer credentials & information. Reduce the burden on support for helping victims of identity theft.