A collection of 18 posts
Credential Stuffing: How To Detect And Prevent It (Updated)
Credential stuffing is a cybersecurity vulnerability in which hackers target web infrastructures and take over user accounts using stolen credentials. When hackers use organisational credentials to login and hijack user accounts, the threat gets further elevated.
How Poor Login Concurrency can Impact OTT Platforms' Business
With the increase in subscriptions and the number of audiences online, several underlying threats have severely impacted the OTT businesses. One such issue is poor login concurrency. Learn how login concurrency is affecting OTT platforms and how they can overcome this dilemma.
Passwords: Are Words Better Than Random Letters?
Creating and managing strong passwords is a fundamental key for internet security, but remains a challenging task for many users who cannot break their bad habits of recycling the same password for multiple accounts. Because of these poor password security practices, attackers exploit them compromising personal and organizational security, which
Cybersecurity Best Practices for Businesses in 2022 & Beyond [Infographic]
Today cybercriminals are increasingly able to cover their tracks, hide in the cloud, manipulate the infrastructure of the web, and exploit complex vulnerabilities. This infographic summarizes the key takeaway into the cybersecurity best practices that businesses should adopt in 2022.
Identity Provider: What Is It And Why Should You Invest In One?
Identity management integration is an essential part of today's consumer-driven world. Identity providers allow consumers to sign in to your website or online store using one convenient login, making it easier than ever for them to access your site.
How to Choose a Secure Password in 2021
Passwords are the digital keys to our daily lives. They are the gateway to our professional services, and our network of friends. So, what does a secure password look like? Here is a collection of the do's and don't on how to choose a strong password to avoid being a victim of cyberattack.
How Do I Know If My Email Has Been Leaked in a Data Breach?
To log into their online accounts, many individuals use their email addresses and a short collection of passwords (or even only one password). Add in multiple login violations from big-name digital service providers and you have a catastrophe recipe.