Prevent credential stuffing attacks through attack cost analysis

All businesses are guided by a cost-benefit analysis of their work. It’s the same for money-motivated online fraudsters. To operate profitably, cybercriminals need to devise systems that bring in more money than they spend on conducting the attacks.

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Carlos Asuncion, Director of Solutions Engineering, Shape Security at F5.

There are two key factors influencing this calculation: the cost of operations and the changing cybersecurity landscape. And costs are falling fast, which means hackers can spend a few hundred dollars to mount attacks with the potential to draw back millions of dollars.

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