Keys to Your Kingdom: Why Compromised Credentials Are the #1 Attack Vector in 2024

From Data Breaches to Identity Theft: The Ripple Effects of Compromised Credentials and How to Stop Them

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We live in a world of passwords. These digital keys unlock everything from social media to banking and business systems. With this power comes responsibility—and vulnerability.

According to LastPass, professionals handle up to 200 sets of credentials on average. This offers 200 potential entry points for attackers. Once inside, they can sell the data on the dark web, commit identity theft, or launch further attacks to access confidential data, financial info, or intellectual property with ease.

Compromised credentials are silent threats; often, you won't know you've been breached until it's too late.

Join our exclusive webinar, "Compromised Credentials in 2024: What to Know About the World's #1 Attack Vector," led by Tim Chase, Global Field CISO at Lacework and a 20-year cybersecurity veteran.

In this webinar, Tim will dive deep into the world of compromised credentials, exploring:

  • The Anatomy of an Attack: Learn how attackers steal and exploit credentials through phishing and brute-force.
  • What Happens Next: Discover common tactics after access—data exfiltration, ransomware, lateral movement.
  • The Price of Inaction: Understand financial and reputational damage from credential attacks.
  • Proactive Defense: Get actionable strategies to prevent theft with strong passwords, multi-factor authentication, employee training, and threat detection.

Why Attend?

  • Expert Insights: Tim Chase's extensive experience working with Boards and Executives on security matters provides a unique perspective on the challenges and solutions surrounding compromised credentials.
  • Practical Solutions: Walk away with a clear understanding of the steps you can take to safeguard your credentials and protect your organization from attack.

Space is limited, so secure your spot before it's too late. The security of your digital kingdom could depend on it.