The activity we saw on criminal marketplaces during the 2020 holiday shopping season surprised us – huge spikes in the sales of crimeware tools and stolen credentials for particular restaurants, airlines and other consumer services accounts. Get the details in this on-demand webinar.
This Fortune 100 financial services company protects millions of financial services consumers from account takeover fraud with SpyCloud, while also enriching their online fraud investigations with SpyCloud data.
Alvarez & Marsal uses SpyCloud Active Directory Guardian to monitor the credentials of over 6,000 employees across all 54 of the company’s global offices, as well as service providers enrolled in their Active Directory.
With SpyCloud, this global fintech platform has been able to automate consumer account takeover prevention at scale, protect thousands of users infected with credential-stealing botnets, and enrich their predictive models and investigations.
Learn how credential stuffing works and get insights into the tools of the trade (including some very sophisticated custom Nintendo crimeware). Discover why stolen accounts that don’t have obvious monetary value can be profitable for cybercriminals.
See malware from the criminal perspective, including how the data collected from infected machines gets monetized. Learn how to shield your organization from the damage caused by credential-stealing malware.
If your account takeover prevention program primarily focuses on automated credential stuffing attacks, you may be leaving your organization exposed to serious losses. Learn more in this webinar we hosted with ISMG.
SpyCloud enabled a global managed services provider to expand the value of their offering by adding credential monitoring services and increasing the quality of their threat intelligence reports—all without hiring additional staff.
Preventing account takeover begins with monitoring the dark web, but without the ability to match user accounts with a database of exposed credentials, a top 10 travel booking site was vulnerable to attack.
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