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San Jose, CA (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
ThreatMetrix, the fastest-growing provider of integrated cybercrime prevention solutions, today announced that it is hosting a joint webinar with the Aite Group focused on the growth of malware threats, the latest trends in fraud attacks and the benefits of integrated device identification and malware protection.
Titled Implementing FFIEC Guidance: The Intersection of Fraud Prevention and Security, the webinar is scheduled to take place at 10 a.m. May 10 and will feature insights from Julie McNelley, research director for the Aite Groups Retail Banking practice, and Alisdair Faulkner, chief products officer, ThreatMetrix.
McNelley and Faulkner will discuss how fraudsters and cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated, impersonating customers and planting malware in multi-front attacks to defraud financial institutions and their customers. Sophisticated fraud techniques include account takeover attempts, identity theft, data breaches and man-in-the-middle, man-in-the-browser, phishing, session hijacking, key-logging and other malware driven attacks.
FFIEC banking guidelines recommend that financial institutions use complex device identification, a layered security approach and effective malware protection to safeguard assets. The ThreatMetrix Cybercrime Defender Platform addresses all these requirements to protect the integrity of online financial transactions.
In financial service institutions, security and fraud intelligence tend to be quite separate, said Faulkner. Cybercriminals exploit the fact that these separate 'silos' do not share information in real-time. As a result, neither practice is as effective or efficient as it could be. Financial service fraud teams waste a tremendous amount of time on manual reviews of transactions initiated by malware or stolen identities, while security practices are defeated by stolen, trusted credentials.
Todays threat environment calls for a new approach that closes the gaps between security and fraud intelligence, continued Faulkner. In the webinar, well demonstrate how combining malware protection and device identification with contextual scoring can help financial institutions meet FFIEC compliance, while improving both security and fraud prevention.
Faulkners presentation will provide a comprehensive assessment of devices being used by fraudsters and legitimate customers at risk from malware. He will also discuss how the ThreatMetrix Cybercrime Defender platform goes beyond combining malware detection and device identification it supplements the combined solution with intelligence and analysis across a single platform backed by a global network of shared intelligence.
To register for the Implementing FFEIC Guidance: The Intersection of Fraud Prevention and Security webinar, visit https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/389788129
ThreatMetrix is the fastest-growing provider of integrated cybercrime prevention solutions. The ThreatMetrix Cybercrime Defender Platform helps companies protect customer data and secure transactions against fraud, malware, data breaches, as well as man-in-the browser (MitB) and Trojan attacks. The Platform consists of advanced cybersecurity technologies, including TrustDefender ID, which is cloud-based, real-time device identification, malware protection with TrustDefender Cloud and TrustDefender Client, as well as TrustDefender Mobile for smartphone applications. The company serves a rapidly growing global customer base across a variety of industries, including financial services, e-commerce, payments, social networks, government, and healthcare.
For more information, visit http://www.threatmetrix.com or call 1-408-200-5755.
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