Organizations provision human and non-human identities (applications, virtual machines, serverless functions, and such) on the network and in the cloud, which attackers target early in the attack cycle to progress their attacks. By stealing these identities, they can impersonate authorized users, access resources, move laterally throughout the network and cloud environments, conduct reconnaissance, elevate privileges, identify targets, and compromise data.
Attack surfaces have expanded dramatically with the shift toward remote work putting identity at the forefront of security, a major shift from traditional perimeter-based strategies. Organizations must now defend identities across the entire enterprise with identity-based, least-privilege access programs and defenses capable of detecting attack escalation and lateral movement on-premises and in the cloud.
Attivo Networks offers the ThreatStrike, ThreatPath, ADSecure, ADAssessor, and IDEntitleX solutions that implement identity-first security. These solutions provide visibility to exposures, reduce the addressable attack surface, and prevent and detect attacks at endpoints, in Active Directory, and the cloud.
By 2023, 99% of cloud security failures will be the customer’s fault
By 2023, 75% of security failures will result from inadequate management of identities, access, and privileges
61% of breaches involved credential data.
45% of data breaches in 2020 involved hacking, and over 80% of those hacking breaches involved brute force or the use of lost or stolen credentials.