On June 13, CyberDefenses Inc. announced the availability of their new Credential Tracking Service (CTS), which integrates SpyCloud early-warning breach technology into its existing solution.
CyberDefenses’s CTS is the first service of its kind that proactively identifies corporate credentials in breaches and matches them to an affected employee’s user profile. CTS utilizes SpyCloud’s proprietary datasets to connect to a customer’s Identity Management infrastructure, allowing near real-time detection of any compromised assets specified by the customer.
This integration allows organizations who use CTS to automatically identity compromised user credentials outside of their perimeters and to perform necessary remediation actions before adversaries get in. Whether “remediation” means revoking access from certain accounts or shutting them down altogether, SpyCloud’s technology affords CyberDefenses’ clients the chance not only to better know their exposure, but to proactively prevent exposure before it ever happens.
“Identifying stolen employee credential information is critical to understanding your attack surface,” said Randell Casey, CyberDefenses CEO. “Connecting that intelligence to automated action can help any organization to quickly and effectively reduce the risk of a cyber attack. CTS is a powerful addition to our managed service suite – and our innovative IdM integration makes it simple to deploy and use.”
“We are excited to be working with CyberDefenses,” said Ted Ross, SpyCloud CEO. “It makes a ton of sense for any organization using identity management solutions to marry that with SpyCloud intelligence. The fact that CyberDefenses automates the integration and provides a turnkey managed service allows companies to operationalize compromise detection and remediation – taking it to the next level.”
The patent-pending solution via a CTS integration was demonstrated live with SailPoint’s IdentityQTM at Navigate ’17 in Austin, Texas last week. The demonstration showed how digitally-mined credentials could be automatically matched to company identity management records and remediation could be performed almost instantly.