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Published By: Butler Technologies     Published Date: Jul 02, 2018
The Tenth Annual State of the Network Global Study focuses a lens on the network team’s role in security investigations. Results indicate that 88 percent of network teams are now spending time on security issues. In fact, out of 1,035 respondents, nearly 3 out of 4 spend up to 10 hours per week working exclusively on these types of problems - in addition to managing network upgrades, SDN, cloud, and big data initiatives. When it comes to technology adoption, both cloud and 100 GbE deployment continue to grow aggressively. VoIP adoption is closing in on 60 percent and software-defined networking (SDN) is projected to cross the halfway mark, indicating compounding network complexity amidst the ongoing struggle to ID security threats. With growth comes change and some trends identified in this year’s survey include a rise in email and browser-based malware attacks (63 percent) and an increase in sophistication (52 percent). Nearly 1 in 3 also report a surge in DDoS attacks, signaling a ne
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Butler Technologies
Published By: SafeNet     Published Date: Sep 08, 2010
Don't let one of your customers become the next statistic. Give your customers an easy, safe and secure online banking experience.
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safenet financial services, online banking, security, man-in-the-browser attacks
    
SafeNet
Published By: SafeNet     Published Date: Sep 08, 2010
Combat Man-in-the-Browser (MiTB) Attacks with an Integrated Solution that Combines Strong Certificate-Based Authentication from SafeNet with an On-board Portable Browser.
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safenet financial services, online banking, security, identity protection, etoken ng-flash, password, man-in-the-browser attacks, mitb
    
SafeNet
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Nov 04, 2014
Cybercriminals are stepping up their attacks on financial institutions by gaining control of customer devices with highly advanced man-in-the-browser (MitB) malware and spear phishing attacks. They then conduct real-time credential theft and take over accounts. The main reason for cybercriminals’ continued success is that highly evasive advanced financial malware allows for a wide variety of attacks that are very difficult to detect with traditional fraud prevention technologies.
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cybercrime, fraud-prevention, cyber threat, security, emerging marketing, crm solutions/software, marketing research, trust and security
    
IBM
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Dec 01, 2014
Cybercriminals are stepping up their attacks on financial institutions by gaining control of customer devices with highly advanced man-in-the-browser (MitB) malware and spear phishing attacks. They then conduct real-time credential theft and take over accounts. The main reason for cybercriminals’ continued success is that highly evasive advanced financial malware allows for a wide variety of attacks that are very difficult to detect with traditional fraud prevention technologies.
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cybercrime, fraud prevention, mitb, malware
    
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