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Detecting Authentication Threats
There are nearly a billion fraudulent sign-in attempts per day across the internet. Most of these rely on guessing common usernames and passwords, dictionary and brute force attacks. A new technique for hackers called credential stuffing takes a massive database of usernames and passwords, usually from online service providers’ mega-breach, and “stuffs” those credentials into logins to other sites and services. Because most people reuse the same username/password combination across multiple sites, the attacks are often successful and have the ability to quickly compromise multiple accounts.
HPE NonStop servers help run the global critical infrastructure. Detecting and alerting when fraudulent attempts occur is a must-have in combating these threats to protect the world’s credit card Payments, Mobile Telco, POS networks, etc.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss how XYGATE User Authentication (XUA ships with every NonStop server) events logs feed critical data to XYGATE SecurityOne (XS1), XYPRO’s Risk Management and Threat detection platform to detect compromised accounts and separate actionable events from sifting through the “noise” so you know in real-time if someone or something is attempting to gain unauthorized access to your systems.
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Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 7:00 am and 6:00 pm PDT
Thursday, May 21, 11:00 am AEST (NZ, AUS)
Steve Tcherchian, CISSP, PCI-ISA, PCIP is the Chief Product Officer and Chief Information Security Officer for XYPRO Technology. Steve is on Forbes Technology Council, the NonStop Under 40 executive board, and part of the ANSI X9 Security Standards Committee.
With over 20 years in the cybersecurity field, Steve is responsible for the strategy and innovation of XYPRO’s security product line as well as overseeing XYPRO’s risk, compliance, and security to ensure the best experience for customers in the mission critical computing marketplace.
Steve is an engaging and dynamic speaker who regularly presents on cybersecurity topics at conferences around the world.