With the proliferation of online applications, most users don’t practice good internet hygiene — often repurposing the same login credentials across multiple accounts. That makes every online business with a login page a potential target for credential stuffing, whether you’ve had a data breach or not. Your network and data can be properly secured, but your business is still exposed to fraud if you can’t see and stop credential stuffing before a successful combination is found. In a survey by Ponemon Institute, more than half of respondents reported credential stuffing as a significant security challenge for their companies. Additionally, nearly 70% of respondents said they did not feel (or were unsure if) their companies had adequate visibility into these attacks. This makes sense, because recent industry estimates indicate there are billions of stolen credentials (usernames, passwords, and email addresses) currently circulating on the dark web.
In this whitepaper you'll be able to learn:
* How credential stuffing works
* Why bot management is your best defense
* And how you can deny bot logins without sacrificing customer experience
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