Starbucks’ Director of InfoSec, Mike Hughes, joins the CEO of Shape Security for a conversation regarding the challenges of credential stuffing and account takeover at Starbucks and the industry at large. They discuss how Starbucks attempted to remedy this problem themselves and provide an overview of what led Starbucks to a partnership with Shape.
To celebrate the launch of Blackfish, Shape hosted a panel of esteemed security leaders to hear their thoughts on credential stuffing, the criminal ecosystem, and how the industry can better defend itself against third party data breaches.
After the Breach: Perspectives from Cybersecurity Visionaries November 16, 2017
Panelists Kevin Mandia, President and CEO @ FireEye Ted Schlein, General Partner @ Kleiner Perkins Sarah Squire, Founder @ Engage Identity Michael Coates, Board Member @ OWASP
Moderator Sumit Agarwal, cofounder @ Shape Security
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An "imitation attack" is one in which bad actors commit fraud by appearing like a legitimate user on your website or mobile app. Watch these videos to learn how attacks like credential stuffing and fake account creation work and techniques attackers leverage to bypass security and fraud measures.