Mitigating Synthetic Identity Security Risks - Podcast Episode 240

Mitigating Synthetic Identity Security Risks

January 3, 2022 • Caitlin Mattingly

Bad actors continue to accelerate their use of inauthentic or captured online identities to facilitate their activities. Whether it’s phishing for credentials, making use of leaked identity databases or scraping publicly accessible information, they take advantage of weaknesses in identity management systems and inadequate awareness to make their way into and, once inside, around systems.

Our guest this week is Recorded Future’s Vice President of Product Management, Jamie Zajac. She explains the ongoing challenges organizations face with identity fraud, and what can be done to prevent it.

This podcast was produced in partnership with the CyberWire.

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