Credentials exposed in third-party breaches are routinely used by criminals to perpetrate fraud, steal intellectual property, and create reputational damage for organizations. The danger lies in the frequency of password reuse; 59% of people admit to reusing the same password everywhere, which means when that password is exposed in a breach, criminals will use it to break into all manner of personal and corporate accounts.
This is called account takeover: a cybercriminal acquires another person’s login credentials, most often by leveraging reused or similar passwords from previously breached sites, to gain access to their accounts. Once inside, they can steal funds, make fraudulent purchases, acquire personally identifiable information (PII), perpetrate business email compromise, and harm the reputation of the individual and/or organization.
ATO as a part of the Threat Intelligence, is very critical to prevent and to analyze threats and attacks. It is important to ensure that customers have the earliest access and information around ATO. This can only be through partnership with the right sources that provide the right information and the right actions after that. This should include the right reach to breaches, the suitable timeframe, and the ability to enforce actions based on findings.
Using ATO Protection can extend to several use-cases as below:
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