Bad actors were performing credential stuffing attacks on all possible channels.In this case study, learn how Shape's Enterprise Defense service and Threat Intelligence team were able to successfully defend against these attacks.In this report, learn how to defend against and prepare for these kinds of small sophisticated threats.
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WHITE PAPER: As companies migrate business-critical applications from their on-premises infrastructure to the cloud, they increase their exposure to known and unknown targeted attacks.
In this case study, learn how the provider was able to do this by deploying Shape Enterprise Defense across its login and account creation applications on both the web and mobile devices.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW: It's an ongoing struggle to protect your employees against targeted phishing attacks and credential theft.
TOPICS: Cybersecurity | Malware | Security | Security Best Practices | Security Event Management | Security Management | Security Policies | Security Threats | Web Application Security | Wireless Security CASE STUDY: A top 10 global airline was facing 2 major types of attacks including credential stuffing and fare scraping.
When account lockouts peaked due to these attacks, the airline knew it needed to find a solution to stop credential stuffing attacks immediately.WHITE PAPER: Security leaders need to find a way to give users back their freedom while still protecting sensitive data.In this white paper, learn how a Secure Internet Gateway (SIG) can do just that by providing workers with safe access to the internet – no matter what device they're using or where they're located.In this white paper, uncover the most common reasons these security application solutions are now failing your business.TOPICS: Cybersecurity | Data Security | Network Security | Network Security Appliances | Security | Security Best Practices | Security Management | Security Policies | Security Threats | Web Application Security PRODUCT OVERVIEW: Today's enterprise-security reality: Devices, data, and applications are outside of your physical control—and all of it must be managed and secured.DEFINITION: Java Script hijacking is a technique that an attacker can use to masquerade as a valid user and read sensitive data from a vulnerable Web application, particularly one using Ajax (Asynchronous Java Script and XML).Nearly all major Ajax applications have been found vulnerable.Its ubiquity makes email a platform for credential phishing attempts, malware, spam, and business email compromise.This research report suggests 3 key considerations to look for when choosing an email content security provider.To make matters worse, attackers are quickly getting the upper hand by using malicious URLs for large-scale campaigns.In this brief, learn how Proofpoint Email Isolation can help you isolate your employees from advanced threats.