Identity theft has always been a lucrative business for criminals. Today, this often takes the form of account takeover (ATO) attacks against organisations, a cyber attack Juniper Research has estimated will cost companies worldwide $25bn in 2020.
In these advanced attacks, criminals hijack an employee’s legitimate account and use it for malicious means. This foothold into your organisation for an attacker opens the door to email hijacking, data theft, social engineering attacks from your own domain, and more.
Today we are living in a perfect storm for Account Takeover (ATO) attacks, but you can protect your organisation.
During this webinar, we’ll provide all the information you need to get ahead of cyber criminals trying to gain unauthorised access and stop them in their tracks.
Richard Walters, CTO, Censornet
Richard has 30 years of experience in the IT industry from blue-chip to start-up, with a strong technical background, and over 15 years in C-level positions focused on information security.
He also spent over 10 years consulting with FTSE100 companies on all aspects of security and providing corporate intelligence on evolving threats from criminal and state actors.
Knowing the challenges of the industry inside out, Richard drives Censornet’s technology forward to continually adapt and innovate its cloud-based security offering to help businesses manage the challenges of the modern threat landscape.dscape.
Censornet is the leading force in innovative and automated cloud security that offers robust, consolidated solutions for businesses. Our unique security platform and approach has led to more than 1,500 customers globally selecting us to protect their users from a range of security threats. From the point of user access to deep granular transparency and control, our security suite helps organizations embrace the potential of the cloud without compromising security or limiting users.