81% of hacking attacks involve stolen credentials. After gaining access to a user’s login info, hackers can move freely inside your PeopleSoft systems. As a result, sensitive information such as social security and direct deposit account numbers are exposed. This threat becomes far greater if the intruder obtains a high-privilege user’s credential.
Why is phishing such a problem? Because it works! Phishing/Spear Phishing attacks are the leading case of breaches. These attacks are sophisticated, meticulously planned, and strategically executed leaving you little time to react
Hackers can crack the encryption key of the PS_TOKEN in order to bypass the authentication process
PeopleSoft does not provide control over what functionality is available on your secure network vs. the open internet. Privilege is determined by role, not by how and where the system is being accessed
After successful authentication, a high-privilege credential can be misused to run reports/queries. This is why privilege misuse from insiders can be very costly and why high-privilege credentials are the most coveted by hackers
Appsian Security Platform enables PeopleSoft customers to implement a layered security approach. This capability helps organizations fight the threat of compromised access.
Appsian’s MFA solution provides turnkey integration with PeopleSoft to enhance security. Appsian partners with multiple MFA providers to implement MFA functionality at login and within PeopleSoft at the field/page/component level.
Appsian Security Platform helps customers implement the Principle of Least Privilege. It helps you customize users’ experience based on the network (secure vs. unfamiliar) they are accessing from. Whether limiting access to specific PeopleSoft transactions or downgrading privilege to a specific credential – Appsian gives you full control to determine what your users do when they access PeopleSoft outside your secure network.
Appsian’s enhanced logging and data visualization capabilities enable customers to quickly detect anomalous activity. Capturing contextual information such as location, device, and IP address helps track down malicious access attempts.