Implementing a Detection Model to Prevent Credential Stuffing


Security incidents occur daily in which hackers obtain leaked credentials and attempt to log in to another website. With the increasing prevalence of online activities related to work and shopping, "Credential Stuffing" has become a common occurrence. Many users tend to use the same username and password across different websites, leading to a constant stream of incidents where hackers exploit this vulnerability. This situation cannot solely be blamed on individuals, as human memory is limited, unlike computers.

As a result, CIOs have added another task to their responsibilities: designing a secure authentication for a hassle-free login experience. Prioritizing customer service involves not only enabling users to enjoy the convenience brought by digitization but also ensuring the security of personal information.
Event Information
Date:10-11 November 2023 (Friday to Saturday)
Location:THE ARCHIPELAGO (No. 300, Wushigang Road, Toucheng Township, Yilan County)