How CISOs Empower Enterprises to Develop Robust Identity Security Programs

Published by SentinelOne

According to recent security research, stolen credentials caused nearly 50% of all attacks, and credential attacks have increased by 30% since 2017. These stolen credentials leave enterprises vulnerable and remain one of the most sought-after pieces of information for cybercriminals.

Unfortunately, securing credentials and avoiding identity-related system misconfigurations can be a complex task. In today’s threat landscape, a robust identity security program must now go beyond granting proper access with IAM and MFA to also include mechanisms to defend against identity misuse.

CISOs and IT professionals responsible for security strategy should make securing credentials and detecting when attackers have compromised them a central part of their cybersecurity strategy, regardless of their organization’s size or maturity. This paper will compare and contrast the various identity security product categories and help security decision-makers develop robust Identity Security programs.

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