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Identity Access Management Solutions​ Protect Your Valuable Data

How Account Takeover Makes Identities Vulnerable

One of IT’s most important functions is identity and access management (IAM) to define and manage the roles of various users and the circumstances when they are granted or denied access to different parts of the network. Those users could be customers, employees, partners, vendors or other third parties.

As strict as an organization’s IAM policies might be, they are only as secure as the user’s identity. If the user’s credentials are compromised, the wrong person can pose as them and access everything they can.

Billions of logins and passwords have been exposed through various data breaches and infostealer malware infections, and they are circulating among criminals who use them for account takeover. Most people have hundreds of online accounts, and they tend to reuse the same usernames and passwords on multiple accounts. Unfortunately, when a data breach or malware infection exposes those passwords to criminals, every account that shares the same login information becomes vulnerable to account takeover.

If a criminal takes over one of your employees’ accounts, suddenly the criminal has access to your enterprise network. And criminals aren’t stupid. They often target executives and other specific users who are more likely to have access to the most sensitive and valuable parts of the network.

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Take an Innovative Approach to Protecting Identity

Because new threat vectors emerge and constantly evolve, enterprises need new solutions and approaches to protect identities – solutions that help you stay ahead of threats. 

SpyCloud uses human intelligence to recapture breached information and maintains the world’s largest and freshest collection of data from breaches, malware-infected devices, and other underground sources. SpyCloud customers can check their user accounts against this data to see whether the credentials have been compromised. If they have, SpyCloud automatically handles the remediation of the exposed password, or you have the option to additional account authentication or take other steps to verify the identity of the user before granting access.

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Business Emails Increasingly Targeted

Global losses for compromised business email accounts totaled more than $26 billion over the last two years, according to the FBI. Just one attack carries an average cost of $93,000.

Threat actors use phishing attacks, social engineering or reused credentials to access business accounts and bypass traditional IAM safeguards.

To protect your enterprise from business email compromise, SpyCloud provides continuous password monitoring and early detection of breach exposures, which stop ATO before it happens.

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SpyCloud Helps Enterprises Safeguard Identities

Fresh Breach Data Helps You Stay Ahead of the Criminals

Current and truly actionable recaptured data is the backbone of SpyCloud’s solutions, built by a combination of human intelligence and automated dark web scanning. The speed with which we recover, clean, and enrich the data to make it actionable is unmatched in the industry.

At SpyCloud, we are distinctly different in our approach to identity and access management. We are proud to protect billions of employees and consumers around the world.

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Featured Products

Our award-winning products enable you to proactively protect your users’ accounts and thwart online fraud.

Consumer ATO Prevention

Protect your users from account takeover fraud and unauthorized purchases.

Employee ATO Prevention

Protect your organization from breaches and BEC due to password reuse.

Active Directory Guardian

Automatically detect and reset exposed Windows accounts.

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