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Cybersecurity eBook: Attacker Economics in Financial Services

What financial services institutions need to know about cyberattack cost vs. value

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Learn New Strategies for Protecting Against Fraud

Financial services institutions are hit by cyberattacks 300 times more often than companies in other industries.1  Why? The ROI for fraudsters is simply too attractive. By understanding the economics of today’s most prevalent cyber threats, you can wage a more effective defense, so the fraudsters move on to an easier target.

What you’ll learn from this cybersecurity eBook:

  • How attackers can calculate their potential rate of return as well as what factors make a potential payoff attractive
     
  • How the familiar challenge of balancing security cost vs. value looks from an attacker’s perspective
     
  • How cybercriminals leverage an industrialized attack lifecycle and why it’s crucial to disrupt it
     
  • Why credential stuffing is one of the top security threats in financial services—and what you can do about it

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Prevent Attacks That Start with Bots and Evolve into Fraud

Bot defense

Prevent sophisticated, human-emulating automation and retooling

Authentication intelligence

Securely reduce friction to improve customer experience

Account protection

Monitor every transaction for signs of fraud or risky behavior

Deploy to fit your needs

F5 Shape fits into your existing infrastructure

F5 Shape in Action

Learn how F5 Shape has defeated account hijackers and saved tens of millions of dollars for customers.

Global Financial Services

CASE STUDY

F5 Shape Helps a Global Financial Services Company Cut User Friction and Grow Revenue

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Shape digital bank case study

CASE STUDY

F5 Shape Helps a Digital Bank Detect 177% More Fraud Than Existing Fraud Solutions

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Learn new strategies for demotivating attackers in the eBook: Attacker Economics

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