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Published By: Symantec     Published Date: Aug 15, 2017
Stay ahead of the evolving threats. Organized crime is driving the rapid growth and sophisticated evolution of advanced threats that put entire website ecosystems at risk, and no organization is safe. The stealthy nature of these threats gives cybercriminals the time to go deeper into website environments, very often with severe consequences. The longer the time before detection and resolution, the more damage is inflicted. The risk and size of fines, lawsuits, reparation costs, damaged reputation, loss of operations, loss of sales, and loss of customers pile up higher and higher. The complexity of website security management and lack of visibility across website ecosystems is further impacted by the fact that it is nearly impossible to know how and where to allocate resources. Website security must be evolved in line with these growing threats and challenges.
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Published By: Juniper Networks     Published Date: Aug 21, 2017
The days are long gone when lone hackers working in bedrooms and garages wrote viruses and broke into computers just for the fun of it. Organized crime syndicates are now monetizing attacks, breaches, and even the tools that hackers need to commit their break-ins.
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 26, 2017
This whitepaper talks about how organized criminals and lone fraudsters are continuously adapting to the ever-changing world we live in. Through IBM solutions for insurance fraud prevention, both enterprise and industry-wide financial institutions can prevent future fraud.
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ibm, analytics, insurance fraud, insurance, organized crime
    
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Published By: SpyCloud     Published Date: Mar 30, 2018
Because of widespread password reuse, Account Takeover (ATO) attacks have become an extremely lucrative business for cybercriminals. Organized crime rings are performing ATO attacks at a massive scale by leveraging botnet-infected armies to attempt credential-stuffing attacks against various web and mobile applications. Cyber criminals exploit compromised accounts for financial gain by pilfering financial or personally identifiable information (PII) directly or by selling access to these accounts on underground markets. Download our report to understand: The Underground economy driving these attacks The tools criminals are using to automate ATO Remediation Strategies to prevent ATO in your organization
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Published By: MessageLabs     Published Date: Sep 25, 2008
The Internet has proven to be a vital communications medium for worldwide commerce, but as an open and unprotected global network it can also present a wide range of threats that can cripple any business organization. Several years ago, most Internet threats were relatively benign examples of a young adolescent’s technical expertise but over time they have evolved into increasingly sophisticated domestic and foreign attacks that are designed to capture financial, personal, or strategic business information. Threats now come in the form of deliberately malicious acts, and exploitative opportunities for hackers and/or organized crime. The impact is serious, and the landscape of victims is getting broader every day. In response, no organization can afford to have its networks remain unprotected.
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messagelabs, online threats, security, small & medium businesses, email spam, viruses, trojan horses, worms, phishing attacks, spyware, adware, honeypots, sandboxing, the wildlist
    
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Aug 03, 2016
Failing to contain financial crime hits banks with the double impact of crime-related losses and fines imposed by regulators and law enforcement agencies. Depending on the magnitude of a bank’s failure to stem financial crime, fines can run into hundreds of millions of dollars – and even higher in exceptional cases. More importantly, institutions are keen to protect their brand from association with transnational organized-crime rings and scandals related to corruption.
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Published By: Symantec     Published Date: Nov 02, 2006
The IT threat landscape has changed from individual hackers disrupting network operations to organized crime stealing confidential information. Antivirus technology must be joined by a coordinated, multilayered defense that includes proactive vulnerability-based intrusion prevention, file-based intrusion prevention, and inbound and outbound traffic control.
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security, hacker detection, internet security, crimeware, spyware, intrusion prevention, anti virus, hacker prevention, access control, high availability, symantec
    
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Published By: Actimize     Published Date: Oct 10, 2007
According to the results of Actimize's 2007 Employee Fraud survey, which was managed by Infosurv, an independent research company, financial services institutions know that they have a significant and growing problem with employee fraud and are not fully prepared to handle the threat as attacks from organized crime, dissatisfied staff and financially distressed employees become more sophisticated.
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auditing, audit, finserve, finserv, financial services, data theft, identity theft, data protection, id theft, employee, ex-employee, ex employee, fraud, employee fraud, actimize
    
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Jul 14, 2015
Case studies of organized crime rings defrauding federal subsidy programs.
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fraud, detection, prevention, cost savings, efficiency
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 09, 2015
This American Banker webcast, sponsored by IBM, provides new insight into cybercrime and fraud prevention. Financial institutions have invested heavily in fraud prevention technologies and programs. However, sophisticated organized crime syndicates continue to successfully attack financial institutions and their customers. These criminals adapt quickly by using advanced technology and with ever changing attack vectors to exploit information security and fraud protection gaps across payment types, banking channels, and organizational boundaries. Traditional fraud prevention technologies are simply not capable of detecting and preventing account takeover and advanced malware attacks. A new approach to counter fraud is needed.
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finance, cyber crime, banking, security, network security, fraud prevention
    
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