The theft and use of stolen passwords is a common attack for adversaries, mostly because passwords are the weakest link in security. Plus, stealing credentials is much faster, cheaper and easier than having to find and exploit a vulnerability in a system.
Once done, an adversary can bypass the entire attack lifecycle – impersonating a valid user – and move freely through the network. With inside access, an attacker can quickly move laterally to set up a broader footprint, compromise additional systems and steal other credentials along the way.
In our new webcast, Best Practices for Stopping Theft and Abuse of Employee Credentials, our experts will:
*Outline the common techniques attackers use
*Provide best practices to prevent further credential attacks
*Showcase Palo Alto Networks features you can enable now to protect your organization
Get your questions answered, and learn how to stop credential theft and abuse in your organization today.