New Account Fraud is emerging as one of the biggest challenges for retail banking services. It happens when fraudsters use stolen or synthetic identities to open new bank accounts.
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XTN mentioned in the AITE’s report “Application Fraud: Accelerating Attacks and Compelling Investment Opportunities”
XTN has been mentioned in the AITE Group newly report The Digital Channel Under Attack: How to Protect Yourself and Your Customers.
Application Fraud is a form of identity fraud that involves a fraudster applying for a new account in a service or product using stolen or synthetic identities.
The In-App Protection is a security solution implemented within the application to make it more resistant to threats.
Our motto, Trust Your Digital User, highlights our aim to prioritize users' identities of high-value online services that should be trusted and verified.
XTN Cognitive Security®, the provider of Behavioral-based Threat and Omnichannel Fraud Protection solutions, has entered into a Partnership Agreement with TechnologyINT, a technology integrator, founded in 2012, with a long-time experience in cybersecurity.
XTN Cognitive Security Platform® latest version presents a new feature focused on Money Mule detection. The aim is to detect fraudulent activities during digital onboarding and identify already existing accounts' flow anomalies.
XTN will take part in IFC 2020, IV Congreso de Informática Forense & Ciberseguridad.
Securefort Ghana presents a free webinar about bringing cybersecurity awareness to Financial, Telecoms institutions, and SMEs.
Since the pandemic has started, cash is considered filthy, and it is capable of transmitting disease. Online Payments mitigate against the risk of disease transfer, but also open up new threats and vulnerabilities, leaving fraudsters licking their proverbial chops.