Suspicious Login Activity (Account Takeover Detection)
Suspicious login alerts are common at large enterprises. A typical attack will masquerade as an official notice from the IT department instructing staff re-enter login credentials to update user profiles. The recipients click links and unknowingly enter their credentials in a portal designed to harvest user information. Their accounts can then be used to gain access to other systems or to perpetrate additional phishing attacks, eventually leading to financial payoffs for the attacker.
The LogicHub platform can analyze suspicious login alerts far more quickly and accurately than security analysts can. By integrating LogicHub with enterprise email systems, third party SMS and messaging systems (such as Twilio), and corporate directories, SOCs can gain a powerful tool for detecting and stopping phishing attacks before they compromise login credentials or cause other types of damage.