Obsidian Security unveiled the ability to detect SaaS session hijacking attempts early in the kill chain across multiple platforms like Okta, Azure AD, Microsoft 365 and more. The capability is used by more than 80 customers worldwide, including eight customers in the Fortune 1000. Attackers have recognized that credential stealing is less effective due to the broad adoption of multi-factor authentication (MFA) by organizations today. However, tokens associated with sessions of SaaS applications can be … More
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