3 Ways To Protect Your Identity Online

Within security awareness training programs, cybersecurity experts promote various tactics and best practices to implement within personal and work environments to protect your identities ...
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The Three Best Things You Can Do To Improve Your Computer Security

The three best things you can do to improve your computer security, bar anything, have been the same three things you should have already been doing for the entirety of computers. The top ...
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Thousands of Stolen Credentials Accessible via Google Search as Cybercriminals Accidentally Make Them Public

A publishing goof by cybercriminals on a WordPress site made files containing stolen passwords indexable by Google and were subsequently publicly available via search.
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Eye-Opening Password Predictions: Remote Work Will Increase Risk for Data Breaches

Ponemon's State of Password and Authentication Security Behaviors Report analyzes password and security behaviors over time with similar trends. We wanted to deep dive into the reports of ...
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Over Half of Users Admit to Reusing the Same Password on Multiple Accounts

New data reported earlier this year by Security Magazine shared a report from Secure OAuth that 53% of users reuse the same passwords on multiple accounts. Among those 44% admit to using ...
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The Most Common Password Frustrations

We all know the well-worn adage to make our passwords long and complex. Sometimes trying to do so can be completely frustrating.
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6 Lessons I Learned from Hacking 130 MFA Solutions

I was fortunate enough to write Wiley’s Hacking Multifactor Authentication. It’s nearly 600-pages dedicated to showing attacks against various multi-factor authentication (MFA) solutions ...
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WARNING: Americans’ Password Habits are Horrible, Putting Organizations at Risk

New data shows the average American uses short, uncomplicated, and often predictable passwords, practices which only increase the insecurity of corporate user accounts.
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Researchers Discover Most Microsoft 365 Admins Don't Enable Multi-Factor Authentication

Researchers from CoreView recently discovered that 97% of all total Microsoft 365 users do not utilize multi-factor authentication (MFA). A staggering 78% of Microsoft 365 admins do not ...
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[NEW BOOK] Hacking Multi-Factor Authentication

I’m excited to announce the release of my 12th book, Hacking Multifactor Authentication.
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Cybersecurity Awareness Month Weekly Tip: Password Security

Each week during Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we’re going to be sharing in-depth weekly cybersecurity tips from our evangelists to help your users make smarter security decisions and ...
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The Pesky Password Problem: Policies That Help You Gain the Upper Hand on the Bad Guys

What really makes a “strong” password? And why are your end-users tortured with them in the first place? How do hackers crack your passwords with ease? And what can/should you do about ...
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[Heads Up] This Ingenious Worm Phishing Campaign Is A Game-Changer In Password Theft And Account Takeovers

A few days ago in a Medium blog post, Craig Hays, a cybersecurity architect and bug bounty hunter described a recent phishing new type of attempt which turned out to become "the greatest ...
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Which Users in Your Organization Put You at Risk?

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, so it's a perfect time to fortify your human firewall. Start by identifying which users may be putting your organization at risk before ...
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Credential Stuffing to Stuff the Ballot Box

Advanced nation-state actors and petty criminals are both leveraging credential-stuffing attacks to hack into victims’ accounts, according to Byron Acohido, writing for Avast. Rather than ...
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Credential Stuffing Used Against Financial Services

A security alert from the FBI warns that hackers are launching credential-stuffing attacks against organizations in the financial sector, ZDNet reports.
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Credential Stuffing Attacks Shut Down Canada's Revenues Service

The Canada Revenue Agency is investigating two online hacking incidents affecting the personal information of thousands of Canadians, according to CBC News.
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Sawfish Spearphishing Attacks Continue, Prompting Password Resets on GitHub and DeepSource

A new wave of attacks on GitHub users via app developer DeepSource has raised concerns over access to user credentials and development code.
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Are Account Takeovers Driving Towards a Passwordless Future?

The bad guys will try to take over accounts all the time. Logging onto someone's account with their credentials is usually a whole lot easier than trying to compromise the website ...
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Brand-New Tool: Browser Password Inspector Helps Find Risky Passwords Your Users Save in the Browser

Cybercriminals are always looking for easy ways to hack into your network and steal your users’ credentials. 
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