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While many PSPs have implemented numerous fraud prevention technologies and approaches, they may need additional capabilities in risk analysis, malware protection, and authentication to meet the Internet payment security guidance set forth by the ECB and EBA.
In this whitepaper, you’ll learn why global threat intelligence ismore important than ever in the fight against web fraud, and how this intelligence can be used to deliver automated threat protection to financial institutions.
This white paper provides a methodology for portfolio choice based upon modern risk management techniques and a clearer definition of the investment risk/return profile to feature goal-based investing and probabilistic scenario optimisation.
Battling fraud at the root cause: How cybercriminals bypass your security defenses and what you can do about it
This white paper provides an overview of how cybercriminals circumvent security measures at each stage of a transaction’s lifecycle — pre- login, during login and post-login — and offers strategies to help financial organizations combat malware-driven attacks.
Financial institutions, commercial enterprises and government organisations are all prime targets for cyber-crime. Malicious software, or malware, is the primary attack tool used by cyber criminals to execute account takeover attacks, stealcredentials and personal information, and initiate…
Next generation criminal fraud detection: Identifying account takeover and fraudulent transactions to help stop cybercriminals
In today’s ever changing fraud landscape, much of the currently used statistical-based fraud detection methodology is creating significant challenges for both organizations and end users. These statistical models generate high false positive rates and provide a risk score that does not effectively…
This white paper discusses key considerations and best practices to help organizations achieve effective and sustainable cybercrime prevention.
This white paper will discuss how organizations can achieve effective and sustainable online banking fraud prevention in accordance with FFIEC guidelines using the IBM Security cybercrime prevention architecture.
Financial institutions are on a perpetual quest to improvecustomer engagement to drive increased transactions, account balances, loyalty, and ultimately profitability. Banks found that online banking fulfills this objective; online banking customers (especially online bill-pay customers) have…
Our latest webinar: Emerging risks in cyber security.