Deploying MFA everywhere is a powerful way to secure multiple attack vectors before hackers can breach your organization. This infographic will introduce you to five personas, which represent the five most common ways in which hackers can obtain credentials or gain unauthorized access. Learn more: http://ow.ly/v3tE30lOdCE
The Eager Employee
Employees may be overeager to input
their login information if confronted
with clever phishing emails promising
information about rewards programs
or bonus payouts.
The average phishing attack
costs a mid-sized company
Phishing attacks are up
The Astute Administrator
Even your highly trained admins can fall prey
to brute force attacks, malware tools and
other approaches for compromising their
SSHPsychos is so active in
their brute-force attacks that
at times they account for up to
of all SSH traffic
on the internet.
The Perilous Partner
Working with partners exponentially expands
your attack surface, but it’s hard to enforce
and scale your corporate security standards
across your partner networks.
is uploaded to high-risk partners, exposing many
companies to risk of data loss and breaches.3
of data shared
(and unencrypted) Laptop
Locally storing sensitive data on corporate
devices is more convenient, but extremely
risky. It takes just one stolen device to lose
control of data that should never be public.
admit they have
to laptop security
Leaving the laptop
Leaving the laptop
in the car
information to the device
Flying with a laptop in
The Careless Consumer
Credential reuse is still common despite
multiple large data breaches. It’s easy for
hackers to use those compromised credentials
to take over consumer accounts.
Modern MFA solutions can help you secure all of these common attack
vectors without getting in the way of employees, partners and customers
who need access to your resources.
Thieves using stolen identity
credentials to launch account takeover
(ATO) attacks accounted for nearly
of all retail
Read the blog to learn more about deploying MFA everywhere.
FIVE ENTERPRISE ATTACK VECTORS