• Howard Altman_resized
    Howard Altman Feb 22, 2019

    How smart banks take the sting out of cybercrime

    Fraud is never good news to the customer who gets attacked. But there’s comfort in knowing the financial institution has your back.

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  • What banks can learn from Facebook's personal data debacle

    Martijn Moerbeek
    Martijn Moerbeek Nov 8, 2018

    Banks face a Catch 22: Create appealing consumer offerings with data, yet guard it. Here’s what Facebook’s woes teach us.

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  • Five cybersecurity errors that burn bank dollars and reputations

    Sean Feeney
    Sean Feeney Oct 17, 2018

    For banks caught off guard, losses come on many fronts. Here’s how to win the fight to stay secure.

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  • Why strong security and authentication create more transactions

    Sherif Samy
    Sherif Samy Oct 3, 2018

    Consumers want it both ways—ease of digital use with security that makes it hard for crooks. Here’s how banks can answer the call.

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  • Fake IDs: How banks can spot and stop synthetic fraud

    Nick DeLeonardis
    Nick DeLeonardis Oct 2, 2018

    False identities drain the credit lines banks extend. But financial institutions can learn to defend against this growing trend.

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  • Detect, protect, perfect: Eight steps to supercharge your fraud detection techniques

    Michael Ames Jul 5, 2018

    When it comes to the fight against fast-moving digital crime, investigators are struggling to hold their own.The time has come to knit together strong detection and best business practices.

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  • Keeping customer data safe from abuse—and safe to use

    Lauri Giesen
    Lauri Giesen Jul 3, 2018

    The jump in breach headlines highlights the hazards banks face. But processed correctly and protected vigilantly, customer data benefits all.

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  • Hacked together: How crooks create one fake person from many real people

    Howard Altman_resized
    Howard Altman Jul 2, 2018

    Identity fraud hit record levels in 2017. But with dollar amounts flat, thieves are working a new angle stolen straight from a horror flick.

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