4 Credential Phishing Myths You Can’t Ignore

Identity & Access Management (IAM)

Credential phishing is the practice of stealing user ID/email address and password combinations by masquerading as a reputable or known entity. Attackers then use the victim’s credentials to carry out attacks on a secondary target, such as breaching into enterprise networks.

GlobalDots, in collaboration with Identity Governance market leader Okta, gathered 4 common misconceptions which lead to wrong anti-phishing strategies. Learn them and their flipsides to better fend off cybercrime.



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