Attacks on internet banking users are becoming more complex and hard to detect.
With growth of malware, social engineering and cross-channel attacks, and evolution of cybercriminals' tools, existing anti-fraud systems are struggling to stop fraud.
Banks are losing revenue from client desertion and chargebacks as well as dealing with false positives and time-consuming investigations. More pressure is on information security departments to detect and stop fraud.
The approach to online fraud detection is also changing fraud.
- New technical approaches to fraud detection;
- Evolution of detection of clientside fraud and social engineering attacks
- How to leverage technology to stop fraud on PC and mobile devices.
Director of International Business Development
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