Protecting customers with threat intelligence
Threat actors targeting credentials once struggled to bypass anti-fraud technologies. However, as the threat landscape has evolved, cybercriminals are now leveraging malware infections and “anti-detect” browsers that allow them to appear as a trusted user and ultimately gain access to protected accounts.
With this access in hand, threat actors can steal session cookies data, browser data, customer credentials, and other sensitive data that could compromise valuable assets across your organization. It’s imperative for organizations to have a plan for proactively preventing customer fraud and account takeover (ATO) originating from stolen credentials. But without visibility into illicit communities where these credentials are leaked and sold, organizations may not even be aware whether their customers’ credentials have been compromised.
Flashpoint Compromised Credentials Monitoring for Customers (CCM-C)
This is exactly the purpose of our Compromised Credentials Monitoring for Customers (CCM-C) solution.
CCM-C helps organizations easily monitor the exposure of compromised credentials for customer domains and email addresses, enabling them to preempt fraudulent activity and proactively protect their client base.
Preventing future risk
Using CCM-C, organizations can remediate risks faster by identifying accounts that have been compromised on a consistent basis in order to provide ongoing fraud monitoring.
Compromised accounts and passwords
By identifying compromised customer accounts, organizations gain deep insights into the types of domains being targeted, as well as the most vulnerable passwords. This enables them to better analyze and predict future attacks.
Breaches and alerting
Flashpoint CCM-C provides organizations access to the most up-to-date breach data and alerts you as soon as compromised credentials are identified, allowing you to remediate risks faster and get ahead of a customer data breach before it happens.
Leveraging cookies data to prevent risk
With our recent addition of cookies data to CCM-C, organizations can easily identify malware-infected customers with compromised web session cookies.
Cookies data provides organizations with additional insights into exactly how threat actors are maliciously leveraging their customer accounts to access and infiltrate their systems. By leveraging CCM-C cookies data from Flashpoint’s robust data sources, which provide further intelligence and context on threat actor’s tactics and techniques, organizations can gain deep insights into how their customers and organization are being targeted and proactively build a better defense against ATO.
Protect your client base with CCM-C
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