In 2014, we selected XTN Cognitive Security as the name for our company. Cognitive Security is at the heart of what we do and represents the technological approach used in the development of our solution.
XTN, Patron member of EPA, has been the lead sponsor of February Edition held at The Fable in London.
XTN Cognitive Security®, the provider of Behavioural-based Threat and Fraud Protection solutions, has entered into a Partnership Agreement with Silensec®, an Information Security Management Consulting and Training company that delivers a wide range of Information Security services to hundreds of clients worldwide.
XTN Webinar presents a real story about a phishing attack that could involve each bank's users that everyday use online services.
Our Behavioural Biometrics provides a powerful way to prevent identity-related fraud and malware-based or bot attacks and also an effective way to improve the security posture without disrupting users’ experience and without hardware requirements.
In a video interview at Information Security Media Group's recent Fraud and Breach Summit in Washington, Cardoza discusses The biggest risks that organizations face in offering digital services to consumers.
Mobile malware is real. Following the trend of more and more services to go mobile, fraudsters are going in the same direction as they're moving very fast from developing PC's malware to smartphone ones.
XTN Cognitive Security® and Saviium Technology Solutions® Partner to Protect Canadian Enterprises from Fraud
XTN Cognitive Security®, the provider of Advanced Behavior-based Fraud Protection solutions, has entered into a Partnership Agreement with Saviium®, a consulting company that provides strategic advice, implementation, and integration of solutions that help in mitigating real-time, online financial fraud and account takeovers.The strength of this partnership comes from the combination of the XTN [...]
Gartner defines In-App protection as a security solution implemented within the application to make it more resistant to attacks. But, what does it really means?