Nov 16th, 11am PT/ 2PM ET
After the Breach:
Perspectives from Cybersecurity Visionaries
After a data breach, cybercriminals will often test compromised credentials on third party websites and mobile apps in what is known as credential stuffing attacks. Because password reuse is so common, credential stuffing attacks are responsible for more than $10 billion in fraud losses, identity theft, and brand damage every year.
On November 16th, join Ted Schlein, General Partner at Kleiner Perkins, Sarah Squire, co-author of NIST Digital Identity Guidelines, and former OWASP Chairman Michael Coates to hear their thoughts on credential stuffing, the criminal ecosystem, and how the industry can better defend itself against third party data breaches.