ScoutCloud - Account Takeover Prevention

ScoutCloud ATO Prevention empowers you to proactively protect
your users’ accounts against online fraud.

Why ScoutCloud ATO Prevention?
Safer and more reliable than on-premises.

  • Account Takeover (ATO) attacks are now a massive business for cybercriminals.
  • Cyber criminals hack email accounts and sell access to the accounts in secretive marketplaces. 
  • In many cases, ATO leads to Phishing attacks.
  • ATO attacks occur every few seconds.
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Prevent Account Takeover (ATO)

Account Takeover (ATO) attacks are now a massive business for cybercriminals. The main reason is due to widespread password reuse. 

Cyber criminals take advantage of compromised accounts for big financial profits by stealing financial or personally identifiable information (PII) directly or by selling access to the accounts in secretive marketplaces.

Is your organization safe? Prevent ATO before it happens to you or your customers.

Active Directory Protection

ScoutCloud Active Directory sentinel prevents cyber criminals from obtaining access to your company accounts from leaked credentials. The tool integrates with your Wintellisys watchlist and runs locally in your environment. It constantly searches for and compares new stolen credentials to your Windows domain users.

Fraud Investigations

Accelerate your cyber threat hunt by integrating Wintellisys Investigations dataset to your toolset. Almost immediately, you can track the Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) of the enemies executing acts of fraud in your environment.

Credential Exposure Alerts

Breaking into sites with stolen credentials isn’t particularly new or sophisticated—however, criminals do it because it works. It’s no surprise to hear that one reused password can easily endanger millions of accounts.

At Wintellisys our team of researchers discovers and recovers stolen credentials. And when we do, we immediately notify you when we find a match.

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NIST Password Screening

NIST’s new guidelines for password strength that was published in Special Publication 800-63B now recommends that all applications with user accounts “compare the prospective secrets against a list that contains values known to be commonly-used, expected, or compromised.”

NIST recommends this extra step because of the modern success rate of massive force and credential stuffing attacks.

ato prevention and how we do it

How We Do It

Wintellisys employs human intelligence (HUMINT) and automated scanning to gain access to the same data cyber criminals use. With our proprietary technology and artful craft, we can share exposed data with our customers before it is used to cause harm, typically weeks or even months before it becomes available to “dark web” criminals.

The sooner potential company breaches are discovered, the quicker you can mitigate the risk and prevent collateral damage.

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