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Stop identity-based attacks - the #1 threat

Stolen credentials were used in 49% of the breaches reported in the 2023 Verizon DBIR. Crowdstrike reported that attackers leveraged identity-based techniques to compromise legitimate credentials in 80% of the attacks they observed.

Push is able to detect and harden weak cloud identities before they are breached by attackers:

Harden employee cloud identities vulnerable to credential stuffing and brute forcing
Remove third-party integrations that can be used for consent phishing
Detect common indicators of account takeover and compromise
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Stop credential stuffing and brute forcing attacks

Push identifies employee cloud identities vulnerable to cred stuffing and brute forcing attacks. That includes accounts using compromised, guessable and reused passwords, accounts shared between employees and accounts that haven't enabled MFA.

You can even configure Push to send ChatOps messages to employees so they can self-remediate these issues.

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Prevent employees from creating vulnerable identities

The Push browser extension detects when an employee is trying to create a new cloud identity with a compromised, guessable or reused password.

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Detect consent phishing attacks

Attackers can use third-party integration permissions to gain persistent access to sensitive corporate data - even after a victim changes their password or enabled MFA on their account.

Push identifies suspicious, risky and overly permissive third-party integrations that attackers could use for consent phishing and allows you to delete them either in the Push platform or in the ChatOps alert.

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Minimize the risk of supply chain attacks and third-party breaches

Push gives you an accurate inventory of all your third-party SaaS suppliers, as well as alerts you every time an employee signs up to a new cloud app or connects a new integration.

If a third-party breach occurs, quickly determine who was using the affected app and what data could have been compromised.

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Detect account compromise and account takeover

Attackers use mail rules in around half of account compromise and account takeover incidents. They can be used to send attackers sensitive data or account password resets for other SaaS accounts.

Push detects when a new mail forwarding rule is created and asks the mailbox owner if they created it. If they say they didn't, an alert is sent to your IT and security team so they can disable it and kick off an investigation.

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