RSA Conference Highlights 2017
If you weren’t among the 43k attendees, this is what you missed from the world’s largest cybersecurity conference.
This video shows why industry experts recommend intentional fraud strategies instead of ad-hoc anti-fraud solutions.
Faces of Fraud: The 2016 Agenda
As 2016 begins, financial institutions find themselves at a fateful crossroads. They continue to see the impact of retail payments breaches, such as those that struck Target, Home Depot and other merchants.
> Retail breach impact and emerging payments;
> The latest fraud trends and key security gaps;
> Top anti-fraud investments for 2016.
The Business of Fighting Fraud ISMG Interview with Easy Solutions CEO Ricardo Villadiego
By 2018, cybercrime and fraud will hit an estimated $8 billion, opening new doors for advanced cybercrime prevention tools and the niche cybersecurity firms that provide them.
During this exclusive interview, Villadiego discusses:
> Why cross-channel attacks are a new area of focus;
> How regulatory mandates influence technology;
> How industry consolidation helps to build stronger cybersecurity firms
Data Breaches & Thread Detection in the Digital Age
Moderated by award-winning business editor, Jane Wooldridge, Easy Solutions Chief Technology Officer, Dan Ingevaldson and RedOwl Chief Executive Officer, held an insightful discussion on the imperative need to mitigate risk, the most prevalent vulnerability points across different channels and how privacy is constantly challenged by the need for security.
Building for Tomorrow: Creating a Flexible and Effective Multi-layer Approach Against the Fraud of Today and Tomorrow
Gartner's Analyst Avivah Litan and Easy Solutions' CTO Daniel Ingevaldson discuss on how a multi-layer approach can help you secure all of your transactional environments from fraud, and more importantly, help you find the right solution for your fraud prevention needs.
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Stop Phishing, Protect Your Brand: Trends, Tips and Tools to Fight Back and Act before Fraud Happens - English
Phishing, Email Business Compromise and a wide range of cyber threats are coming after your bank from every angle and channel. In this webinar, we will show real-life examples of the most sophisticated and dangerous online attacks organizations face today. Also, we will walk you through the latest expert recommendations and provide you with actionable insight you can implement to today to strengthen your position against online attacks targeting your business, your end-users and your brand. English Version
The digital revolution is forcing banks and companies to trust in the email channel as a fast and reliable way to communicate with clients. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to use this channel safely and protect your clients, employees and brand. Spanish Version
No team wants its organization to be vulnerable to cyberattacks, but developing an effective fraud prevention strategy can be challenging – especially when fraudsters are always developing new threats. Stay ahead of cybercriminals’ tactics by knowing the challenges and best practices for preventing fraud attacks. English Version - Spanish Version
Email continues to be a primary way for financial institutions to connect with customers despite being wildly outdated and the risk it poses as an attack vector for cybercriminals. Even with these risks, the Online Trust Alliance reports that the majority of top companies have not implemented or are not using properly the necessary authentication standards to protect their email channel. If you do not have visibility into all the email your company is sending, it can quickly turn from a useful communication tool into a security nightmare. English Version
Automation to Lower Costs of Fraud Investigations and Gain an Edge in the Digital Age Webinar in Spanish
With an ever-increasing amount of digital banking channels, the costs of running an efficient anti-fraud department are skyrocketing. Recent research finds automating these processes can greatly reduce false positives, lower operational costs and increase client satisfaction. Automating is currently more important than ever since digital transactional channels are rising in popularity while manual investigation of incidents becomes more complex. Spanish Version
Finding and Stopping Threats beyond the Perimeter – An Analysis of Financial Attacks - English Version
No matter how secure internal systems are protected, the fact remains that most fraud attacks target end-users and customers. Business email compromise, malicious advertising and malware on the end-user device are all methods that can be used to perpetrate fraud. If you are not proactively monitoring each of these threats beyond the perimeter then your organization and your customers are at risk. Do you have the resources you need to find and stop early stage fraud. English Version - Spanish Version
According to a recent study by Accenture, nearly 60% of all bank interactions now occur online or on a mobile device, and even customers who rely primarily on traditional channels use digital channels for some activities. It is time to face it, your customers are digital customers, and they expect a wide-range of electronic banking services across all their devices. In this context financial institutions must rethink their authentication strategies to strike the right balance between security and convenience -- or risk losing out on the next generation of always connected customer. English Version - Spanish Version
Evidence is mounting that the ecosystem surrounding SWIFT transfers is vulnerable to fraud. While it uses a private network, SWIFT is still a messaging system and therefore an avenue for cybercriminals to launch a wide range of electronic attacks. With the launching of SWIFT Web access end customers become more attractive targets, which may lead to more attacks as criminals start phishing campaigns to compromise SWIFT credentials. English Version
Using Behavioral Analytics to Detect Suspicious Online Activity & Identify New Fraud Patterns Spanish Version - English Version
Cybercriminals are constantly innovating and finding new ways to evade fraud protection strategies, often exploiting loopholes that rules have not yet been defined to prevent. Building models based on user behavior allows financial institutions to identify anomalies and take proactive steps to mitigate fraud. This behind the scenes fraud prevention approach does not interfere with the end-user experience, protects against new and complex fraud, and works across all transaction channels. Spanish version - English Version
Authentication Simple as a Selfie: How Biometrics are Reducing Customer Friction & Improving Security Spanish Version - English Version
Biometric authentication adoption is booming because it helps balance security and convenience by reducing customer friction. Our fingerprints, voice, face and more can all be used to validate our identity online. But where do biometrics fit in an authentication framework and how can these factors best be deployed?. Spanish version - English Version
Banking on Millennials: How to Balance Security and Convenience in the New Digital Era English Version - Spanish Version
By 2025, Millennials will make up 75% of the workforce and be your biggest source of customers – if you can speak their language. Consider this, 65% of millennials say losing their phone or computer would have a greater negative impact to their daily routine than losing their car. Companies need strong digital offerings to win this next generation, with seamless, baked-in security to keep them safe. English - Spanish
With each passing year, the number and sophistication of fraud attacks continue to rise. Those committing the crimes are no longer lone hackers looking to make a quick buck, but tech-savvy criminal syndicates with all the structure, organization and planning of a large organization. In 2016 it will no longer be worth waiting to see if an attack might happen, but taking proactive steps to be ready for when the inevitable attack does occur. In this webinar we will cover. More >
To help companies better prepare themselves for emerging threats, like ransomware, the FFIEC recently released a cybersecurity assessment tool (CAT). The goal of this resource is to help institutions identify risks and determine their cybersecurity maturity level. The tool also provides a repeatable and measurable process to inform management of institutional risks and cybersecurity preparedness. More >
Malware is everywhere, and has already been downloaded onto the vast majority of end-user devices. Any successful strategy to mitigate malware’s damage needs to accept this reality as a given and effectively secure transactions anyway. Detect Safe Browsing from Easy Solutions prevents the malicious activity that leads to account takeovers and other sophisticated criminal attacks, allowing even infected devices to safely perform transactions online. More >
In 2016 the checkout line is going to look a lot different, as EMV and mobile payment adoption by merchants accelerates. Accepting these new payment methods is a substantial change to our payment system, and one that is set to shift fraud patterns. There is a lot of speculation about what will happen to fraud globally after the implementation is complete, and this webinar will sift the fact from fiction. More >
Mobile Security Strategies to Grow Your Business English Version
Customers crave the convenience of being able to use their mobile phones to make transactions, but security concerns may be impeding adoption and business growth. In our 2014 Views of Consumers on Electronic Fraud survey 53% of respondents cited security concerns as a deterrent to mobile banking. With the rapid rise of alternative mobile payment options, protecting your mobile channel is no longer just a security department problem but a real business growth priority. English version - Spanish Version
In this webinar, you will learn:
1) A general overview of the PCI DSS standard
2) Account data
3) What type of data can be withheld, in what way and for how long.
4) How to identify the scope of PCI within my organization. Spanish version
Almost every day we hear of a new retailer that has experienced a data breach, frustrating financial institutions that must then deal with the fall-out. 95% of all targeted attacks on enterprises involve some kind of spear-phishing to deliver malware. But what exactly happens to all this data that is stolen? How is it sold, and what is it worth? English version - Spanish version >
In this webinar, we will discuss the current state of fraud evolution and provide an understanding of how the business of fraud is structured, including an exclusive view of stolen credit card black markets. English Version - Spanish Version
DMARC (Domain Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance) stands to change all that by providing visibility into email flows, telling email receivers to delete spoofed messages, and ensuring that only legitimate emails are delivered to inboxes from protected domains. More >
You can now better manage the risk of malware-infected devices and reduce false-positives by knowing exactly what information the criminals are stealing with our patent-pending Malware Snapshot – all while bypassing the resistance banking customers have to downloading and installing malware detection. English Version - Spanish Version
Phishing costs businesses $2 billion a year in lost revenue, and 100 billion spam emails are sent each day. DMARC (Domain-Based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance) is an authentication standard to reduce spamming and phishing. Over 2 billion email inboxes, including 80% of typical US email users, already support DMARC, which gives email senders and receivers crucial data to verify legitimate emails and prevent the rest from ever getting to an inbox. English Version - Spanish Version
Almost every day we hear of a new retailer that has experienced a data breach, frustrating financial institutions that must then deal with the fall-out. According to the recent Faces of Fraud survey, conducted by the ISMG, over 70% of financial institutions were impacted by the Target breach last December alone. But what exactly happens to all this data that is stolen? How is it sold, and what is it worth? More >
In the past year the amount of new malware nearly tripled, and the risk of a mobile banking attack in the United States continues to increase. Despite this, the number of customers moving to mobile continues to grow; according to Bank of America’s recent Trends in Mobility report, 62% of respondents have at least tried mobile banking. How to keep mobile customers safe while creating a positive user experience is a challenge that most banks face. In this webinar you will learn how to prevent mobile fraud that touches other channels, and discover new techniques to transparently protect customers. More >
Cybersecurity risks remain the same for all financial institutions, regardless of size or resources. The FFIEC recently announced that examiners will be conducting "state of cybersecurity assessments" this summer, specifically targeting community banks. Examiners want to ensure that cybersecurity is engrained into the culture of all financial institutions, and that management is well aware of the risks. This webinar will provide cutting-edge insights into the latest fraud trends, and teach you how to strengthen your fraud program in a way that not only meets, but surpasses compliance. More >
This webinar allows our business partners to gain an understanding of the new strong authentication strategies from Easy Solutions that integrate Out-of-Band and Challenge Question authentication. More…
Building for Tomorrow: Creating a Flexible and Effective Multi-layer Approach Against the Fraud of Today and Tomorrow
In this program, two leading experts, Gartner Research Vice President and Distinguished Analyst Avivah Litan and Easy Solutions CTO Daniel Ingevaldson, will discuss the biggest challenges customers face in protecting themselves from today’s fraudsters and will show you how a multi-layered approach can help you secure all of your transactional environments from fraud. More…
Mobile banking is not new, but member acceptance is soaring and mobile is on the verge of surpassing the popularity and usefulness of online banking. Some of the same fraud challenges exist in mobile - threat detection, malware and authentication - and some new ones as well. Find out how to optimize your anti-fraud strategy for mobile, understand the threat environment and to make the most of the power of mobile banking. More >More >
Between June and July 2011, Latin American users of online banking and e-commerce were interviewed to determine their views on topics like electronic fraud, trust in the transactional channels, security methods and educational campaigns. The results of this study are a guide for the banks and financial institutions to set their electronic security strategies and educational campaigns, based on the user's habits, perceptions and expectations. More >
Corporate Customer Sues Bank after Phishing Attack and Wins - Financial Institutions Should Expect and Prepare for an Onslaught of Similar Lawsuits.
On June 13th, 2011, for the very first time, a commercial banking customer was victorious in a lawsuit resulting from an Internet phishing attack. The financial institution now must come up with and reimburse the $561,000 that was never recovered. There are many key lessons learned that banks and credit unions can draw from this case. More >