Account Takeover Protection Services to Safeguard your Assets
Discover external fraud activity before damage is done, leveraging the largest identity and data lake on the planet created from a decade of surface-to-dark exposed data collection.
Stop Fraud With Account Takeover Protection
Fraud dramatically impacts customers and an organization’s bottom line, yet usually takes place outside corporate networks and secure domains. From account takeovers to scam campaigns, cybercriminals operate advanced tactics to harvest sensitive identity and financial data, then sell on dark web forums & black markets. Constella’s Account Takeover Protection reveals this largely hidden external fraud activity before damage is done, using the largest identity and data lake on the planet created from a decade of surface-to-dark exposed data collection.
Phases of Account Takeover
Phase 1: The Breach
Phase 2: Harvesting Data
Phase 3: Info for Sale
Phase 4: Credential Stuffing
Detect Stolen Assets, Credit Cards and Leaked Accounts
Breach data is the primary enabler for fraudulent activity and Constella is the leader in breach record collection and alerting. By constantly collecting credential information from dark web forums, paste sites and more, Constella empowers companies to stop scams before they happen, mitigating losses and avoiding customer service interruptions.
Effectively Safeguard Your Customers’ Accounts
Leverage our collection of billions of identity records in real-time to prevent customer account takeovers (ATOs) and other malicious efforts that use private customer data and credentials to gain access and steal assets.
Investigate Suspicious Activity Quickly and Confidently
Our investigative capabilities combine billions of data records with link analysis, visualization and reporting, enabling emails, passwords, cryptocurrency information, IP addresses, domains, people, addresses and phone numbers to be linked with specific people, groups, bad actors or entities–bolstering visibility into fraudulent activities, accelerating suspicious activity reporting, and reducing future risk.