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Friday, March 13 • 9:00am - 9:50am
Credential Stuffing: Identifying and fixing your exposure

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Each of us only memorizes a few passwords. Most of your company's employees don't use password managers. Sites get breached. These three statements mean attackers can often get your employees' passwords from other sites (like LinkedIn) and re-use them against your organization to walk in the front door. This talk will define credential stuffing, walk through an example realistic attack, then discuss how you can safely check your own company's exposure and eliminate this risk.  

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Jeff McJunkin

Jeff McJunkin is the founder of Rogue Valley Information Security, a consulting firm specializing in penetration testing and red team engagements. Jeff has a long background in systems and network administration that he leveraged into web and network penetration testing, especially... Read More →