Exabeam News Wrap-up – Week of August 22, 2022
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The FBI recently released an urgent warning on the topic of credential stuffing attacks. Exabeam president Ralph Pisani discussed the need for continued cyber education, feedback loops, visibility, and effective solutions to identify credential-based attacks in Enterprise Security Tech. “The cybersecurity industry must rethink its strategy to analyze how credentials are used and stop intrusions before they become more significant issues,” says Ralph.
Sephora will be paying $1.2 million in penalties for being in violation of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Exabeam marketing director, EMEA, Sam Humphries commented on the need for companies to be transparent about data monitoring in TechRepublic: “Sephora being fined should serve as a reminder for organizations to review privacy policies with employees and conduct audits for compliance.”
UEBA has been a game changer for the cybersecurity industry. Exabeam vice president of sales, APJ Gareth Cox discussed all of the benefits of UEBA in IT Brief Australia. “These tools allow security policies to evolve beyond the application of static rulesets and detect a far wider range of suspicious activities in the enterprise,” Gareth explains.
In honor of Women’s Equality Day, Exabeam CHRO Gianna Driver spoke to HR Daily Advisor about the importance of amplifying efforts to create safe and inclusive work environments. “At Exabeam, we are consciously leaning into and listening to the voices of trans and cis women as well as our non-binary community,” Gianna says. “We value diverse perspectives and know this translates into business results, but more, it translates into a more fun, authentic and human work experience.
Exabeam was included on the annual Inc. 5000 list for the fifth year in a row! Being included in the list solidifies Exabeam’s position as one of the most successful cybersecurity companies on the market.
Stay tuned for the next issue of the Exabeam News Wrap-up!
5 Ways Exabeam Helps Eliminate Compromised Credential Blindspots
Stolen credentials are a persistent problem that many organizations have yet to effectively solve. Frequently, credential-stuffing attacks occur wherein a threat actor successfully steals credentials, logs in to the environment, and moves laterally to gain higher-level access. All activities have a singular focus: to access private data or high-value assets. The MITRE ATT&CK knowledge base provides information about tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) used by threat actors that can help security teams build stronger security processes.
This guide will show you five ways to leverage Exabeam’s machine learning-powered solution to detect these activities through analytics, including mapping the activities to the MITRE ATT&CK framework.
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