If recent attacks against General Motors and others have taught us anything, it’s that usernames and passwords are a weak gate when it comes to securing online accounts. All it takes is one bad actor with stolen credentials to gain unauthorized access and commit account fraud. Adding CAPTCHA or multi-factor authentication (MFA) might weed out some bad bots, but those checks add friction to the user journey and don’t stop sophisticated bots or human fraudsters. This leaves holes in your account protection, which negatively impacts users and harms your bottom line.
Join us for a webinar as we explore how to flip the script on ATO attacks. You will learn:
- How to protect user information without increasing friction
- Ways to proactively prevent credential stuffing and ATO attacks
- Why adopting a layered defense model is needed to break the cycle of web attacks