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, Group-IB
Group-IB is one of the global leaders in preventing and investigating high-tech crimes and online fraud. Since 2003, the company has been active in the field of computer forensics and information security, protecting the largest international companies against financial losses and reputation risks.
We are recognized by Gartner, Forrester and IDC as a leading threat intelligence vendor with the ability to provide a unique insight to the threats originating from Russia and Eastern Europe. Group-IB is recommended by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
Group-IB’s experience and threat intelligence has been fused into an eco-system of highly sophisticated software and hardware solutions to monitor, identify and prevent cyber threats.Learn more