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Identity Threat Detection & Response

Identity Threat Detection & Response Stop Preventable Data BreachesWhat We Do DetectDetect compromised credentials in real-timeVerifyVerify credentials with zero false-positives RemediateLaunch password breach policies and allow self-service remediation Protect Your Organization Against Account Takeover Attacks VeriClouds CredVerify is the only service designed to detect, verify and remediate the use of weak or stolen credentials throughout […]

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The End of The Password Is Not Near

Let’s face it — everyone pretty much hates passwords. While many industry titans are making significant and noteworthy moves to eliminate passwords and offer a passwordless future, it still seems as if passwords are not disappearing from our lives fast enough. In fact, it seems there are more passwords to keep track of than ever […]

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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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Account Takeover (ATO) Attacks Simply Don’t Matter

Account Takeover (ATO) Attacks Simply Don’t Matter Account Takeover (ATO) attacks seemingly just don’t matter. That’s the conclusion a semi-informed outside observer might potentially come to based on how these pernicious attacks are being addressed by the cybersecurity community. That ATO attacks desperately need to be addressed, and addressed in the right way, goes without […]

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Untold Story of Recent Google Study on Stolen Credentials

Google along with researchers from University of California recently published a research paper titled “Data Breaches, Phishing, or Malware? Understanding the Risks of Stolen Credentials” in an effort to better understand the risks of stolen credentials posed to billions of Internet users. The research is based on a dataset of 1.9 billion of stolen credentials […]

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