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Seamless user experience for legitimate clients
Proactive real-time discovery of early signs of account takeover
Cross-channel detection of money laundering and related activities
The understanding of what is happening, how fraudsters behave, which schemes they use and how to stop them
Building user profiles based on mouse, keyboard, mobile phone usage.
Patterns of legitimate and fraudulent behavior
Analysis of session events happening around the users and their devices
Accurate detection of various kinds of malware in both web and mobile channels
Learn how enterprises beat fraud and improve user experience with Kaspersky Fraud Prevention
Solution: Fraud Prevention
Thanks to the implementation of Kaspersky Fraud Prevention, goods.ru was able to provide its customers high-precision protection against the theft of user accounts and accumulated bonuses, while protecting its own systems from malicious users.
Banco Pichincha is one of the largest banks in Ecuador with 3.1 million customers. Now operating 297 branches and 916 ATMs in Ecuador alone, and employing more than 6,000 people. In 2013, bank officials took the decision to take the lead in national efforts to fight back against the cyber criminals and fraudsters.
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Growing digital channels means being open to the users, providing them with access to the services they need anytime and anywhere. But with opportunuties comes responsibility: business needs to ensure seamless user experience to legitimate clients, provide appropriate level of security together with the ability to react in case fraudulent activity takes place. Digital transformation brings several risks:
New account fraud
Money laundering and money mule services
Bots and remote administration tools
Web-injects and mobile malware
Higher fraud level – risk of regulatory fines
Missing the attack incubation stage
Emerging complexity of attacks