The number of machines of all types – from containers, to cloud, to IoT – is on the rise. The identities of these machines – SSL/TLS, SSH, and code signing keys and certificates – control encryption, authentication, and code execution; powerful security controls too often left unprotected. Compromise, misuse, and fraud of machine identities are already prime attack vectors for hackers.
As attackers look for ways to evade network monitoring, behavioral analytics and tighter privileged account security controls, they are finding hijacking machine identities to be incredibly effective and lucrative. The stage is set for a dramatic escalation of these attacks in 2018. Are you prepared?
Listen to this on-demand recording to learn:
• The top four machine identity attacks targeting your organisation in 2018
• How SSL/TLS, SSH, and code signing keys and certificates are left unprotected
• Why most organisations are not prepared to defend against them.
• Three things your organisation can do today to protect machine identities and prevent attacks
Kevin Bocek, VP, Security Strategy and Threat Intelligence, Venafi
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