Five Reasons You Should Start with Identity to Protect Against Account Takeover

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Alongside the lasting shift to remote work, there has been a staggering rise in security threats. In particular, account takeover (ATO) attacks increased at an alarming 282% between Q2 2019 and Q2 2020.

This trend has continued into 2021, so organizations need to be vigilant.

An ATO can impact anyone who has online accounts, login credentials, and access to infrastructure or applications—and today, that’s nearly everyone.

Download the whitepaper to discover:

  • What an ATO attack is and how it works
  • 5 ways identity can reduce the risk of these attacks
  • Why eliminating passwords can boost your security

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