In every “major headline” breach, the attack vector has been the common password. The reason is simple: the password is by far the weakest link in cybersecurity today.- Michael Chertoff, former head of Homeland Security, October 2016
Data breaches have become an unfortunate fact of life. Billions of user credentials have been exposed on the public Internet over the past few years, and the rate of exposures has accelerated year-over-year.
Cybercriminals use these stolen credentials in credential stuffing attacks, where they attempt to gain access to public websites and corporate IT systems. If one of your users or employees was exposed and is one of the estimated 55% of people who reuse the same credentials for every account, your service and/or systems could be compromised.
... as much as 90% of login traffic on many web and mobile applications can be attributed to credential stuffing attacks.- ShapeSecurity 2017 Credential Spill Report
With a database of billions of exposed credentials and patent-pending technology, PasswordPing has the tools to help your organization screen for exposed, compromised credentials and passwords. We can help you defend against the attackers before they get into your sensitive systems.
Empower your users and employees by alerting them if their credentials are compromised while they are:
- Setting up an account
- Changing their password
- Logging into their account
Armed with awareness of exposed credentials, PasswordPing can help you keep your users and organization safe.