Compromised Credentials in 2024: What to Know About the World’s #1 Attack Vector

Compromised Credentials in 2024: What to Know About the World’s #1 Attack Vector

This webinar dives into the specifics of compromised credentials attacks, execution methods, what the bad guys do with the stolen identities, and preventative best practices.
Credentials, made up of passwords and usernames, serve as the keys to our online existence.

According to Lastpass, professionals manage up to 200 sets of credentials on average.

When credentials are compromised, cyber attackers gain frictionless entry into sensitive systems and can often move laterally to find your crown jewels.

This webinar dives into the specifics of compromised credentials attacks, execution methods, what the bad guys do with the stolen identities, and preventative best practices.

Presented by:

  • James Condon
    James Condon - Director of Security Research, Lacework
    James Condon is Director of Security Research at Lacework, where he leads the Lacework Labs team. James has spent his career working in threat detection, incident response, and threat intelligence. Prior to Lacework, James led the security research team at ProtectWise, was an analyst at Mandiant, and a Computer Crime Investigator for the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.
  • Tim Chase
    Tim Chase - Global Field CISO, Lacework
    Tim Chase leads the Global Field CISO team at Lacework. Tim is a 20 year information security veteran with deep experience working with Boards and Executives to promote security and guide decision-making. Recently, Tim has been focused on DevSecOps and has spoken to the topic in various forums, including large industry events and LinkedIn Learning courses