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NIST Password Guidelines 2021: Challenging Traditional Password Management

In 2017, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released NIST Special Publication 800-63B Digital Identity Guidelines to help organizations properly comprehend and address risk as it relates to password management on the part of end users. Nearly every year since, NIST has undertaken to update or underscore these guidelines as security experts continue […]

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Assessing the risk of compromised credentials

Assessing The Risk of Compromised Credentials to The Enterprise Businesses today face an abundance of organizational risk. These come in the form of creating the business model itself, dealing with third parties, managing vendors and partners, monitoring internal and external fiscal fraud, exercising premise security, and the like. In the 21st century, no greater risk […]

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Why Common IAM Solutions for Identity-based Attacks Aren’t Really Working?

by Stan Bounev and Chris Olive When faced with the problem of data being open to all users on an early, 1960’s mainframe computer, Fernando “Corby” Corbato rather nonchalantly assigned passwords to protect user private data, and the concept of the computer password was born. Fast forward to today, and no one ever would have […]

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Why Common IAM Solutions for Identity-based Attacks Aren’t Really Working?

What’s really amazing is that both criminals and organizations have access to a nearly identical set identity information that has been stolen. The simplest, most straightforward solution is to actively and passively make sure such identity information, such as user credentials, can’t be reused. Unfortunately, many organizations have decided to take other approaches that are […]

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Having the ability to prevent logins using breached credentials – using Identity Threat Protection – is a transformation for most organizations. This is a new category of service; it combines real breach data, automated collection and processing and big data analytics into a purposefully built, next-generation identity threat monitoring platform. Join us for a live […]

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Assessing The Risk of Compromised Credentials to The Enterprise

Because technology now has a broad and pervasive impact on the successful operation of the business, comprehensive and accurate scoring and assessment of cybersecurity risk is absolutely essential and covers many areas of technology. To assess more accurately the cybersecurity risk, assessment of the compromised credential risk is necessary. A new approach is introduced to […]

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DATA GOLD MINE – THE YAHOO BREACH (Again)

“The revelation of Yahoo’s latest hack underscores what many Americans have known for years: All those emails, photos and other personal files stored online can easily be stolen, and there’s little anyone can do about it.” The only saving grace is that the attackers apparently did not exploit the information for fraud. But their true […]

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Spear Phishing Harpoons 2FA

There are many types of attacks that could be used against your organization. Social Engineering is an attack vector that may include a variety of exploit strategies. In this post we will examine two common Social Engineering attacks that utilize a spear phishing strategy. Spear phishing against organizations is known to succeed against the most […]

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