This course explores credential stuffing. Credential stuffing is a type of cyberattack in which user IDs and passwords obtained from a data breach on one service are used to attempt to log into another, unrelated service. You could be a credential stuffing victim if you use the same user ID and password on multiple services. Learn about the potential negative effects of a successful credential stuffing attack, and best practices for IT Departments and employees to prevent credential stuffing attacks.
Summarize what credential stuffing is
Describe how a credential stuffing attack works
Outline what IT Department and individual employees can do to reduce the probability of a successful credential stuffing attack
About Credential Stuffing
Preventing Credential Stuffing Attacks
Rev–Jun. 2021. Course Length ≈ 11 minutes.
This course is worth 0.25 CPE credits.