Data Breach , Risk Management , Technology

Preventing Security Breaches with Passwords That Can't Be Stolen
Preventing Security Breaches with Passwords That Can't Be Stolen

You only have to look at the headlines to see that security breaches are becoming more frequent. Just recently, DataBreachToday reported that hackers had amassed over a billion Internet passwords. One reason that security breaches keep happening is that many websites continue to use simple passwords for authentication. But, what if when hackers got into a database of user credentials, they discovered that there were no passwords to breach?

This webinar highlights:

  • What the cost of a data breach can be for an organization;
  • Why passwords are susceptible to attacks;
  • How to eliminate the need to transmit and store passwords.

Background

What would happen if hackers got hold of your database of credentials, but discovered that it didn't contain any passwords that were hashed or encrypted? Password hashfiles are the weak point that many systems possess. To mitigate the risk of stolen passwords, you need a solution that uses "password-like" credentials without storing passwords on the server, so there are no passwords for an attacker to steal in a security breach.

Please join us on this webcast entitled "Preventing Security Breaches with Passwords That Can't Be Stolen" to learn how you can help solve the problem of compromised passwords and help make the "breachable" unbreachable.

This webinar highlights:

  • Why passwords are susceptible to attacks;
  • How to immunize against server-side password hash file attacks;
  • Why man-in-the-middle attacks can happen when passwords are transmitted.


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