ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Preventing sophisticated fraud attacks in financial services

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For financial services institutions, keeping gross fraud loss in check isn’t a choice—it’s a business imperative. With the proliferation of apps that have adopted anti-bot technologies, attackers are finding it difficult to identify soft targets, especially in banking. Instead of expending resources in an attempt to circumvent anti-automation technologies, fraudsters are pivoting and attacking unprotected email servers that become the steppingstone to the ultimate goal: your customer accounts.

View this webinar to learn:

  • The latest threats from organized crime rings related to the credential marketplace landscape.
  • Observations and evidence around how fraudsters are increasingly reverting to manual (i.e., human-driven) fraud methods, and how to stop them.
  • The latest machine learning algorithms trained by attack profile, risk surface, and historical fraud records that specifically protect banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions.

Presenters:


Gary Newe
Director Solutions Engineering, F5

Gary Newe has been at F5 for 14 years in various roles, and currently serves as Vice President of Solutions Engineering, Shape Security. An industry veteran, Gary has been working in Cyber Security since 1998 and has worked across several continents. With a passion for all things tech, he is always looking to learn from our customers and help them with their challenges.

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Anish Johnson
Sr. Product Manager, F5

Anish Johnson is a Senior Product Manager on the Analytics Product Group at F5, where he is working to define the capabilities and optimal customer experience for F5's next generation fraud prevention product, SAFE.  He has 12 years of experience building and growing AI/data driven analytics products across a variety of verticals, including 6 years at Guardian Analytics, an innovator in using behavioral analytics for financial fraud detection. Anish holds an MS in Computer Science from Stanford University, and a B. Engg. from Delhi University.