Identity is the new currency in global cybercrime

Date: November 29, 2016
Time: 02:00PM ET

New account originations are rejected at a rate of one in ten transactions, demonstrating a widespread and pernicious use of stolen identity credentials. Stolen identities are stitched together using data from separate breaches and sold at a premium by fraudsters capitalizing on the easy availability of data.

Attend this webinar to learn more about how the fraud landscape is evolving and the implications for the financial services industry. Presenters will discuss:

  • Key cybercrime trends - Analysis of five billion transactions involving 130 million global attacks that were stopped in real time.
  • Cross-border patterns - reject rates, spoofing and bot attacks
  • Mobile vulnerabilities - cross-device usage and mobile bot attacks
  • Anatomy of a fraud - what an attack looks like today