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Fraud Moving Downstream

FRAUD MOVING DOWN STREAM THE BIG BANKS ARE ALREADY PROTECTED Fraudsters are stealing as Global banks employ several layers of security driving fraudsters to target the next tier of banks that typically use much as $1 billion a year from small and mid-sized banks in North America and Europe' in-house or rudimentary fraud prevention systems which are easier to penetrate. and the numbers are only going to increase. It is critical for these banks to understand the current landscape to ensure they, and their customers, are protected from the coming attacks. CONSUMERS ARE DEMANDING ONLINE OFFERINGS Regional banks are introducing online and mobile offerings which expose them to new types of fraud threats. The "faceless consumer" makes monitoring anomalies even more difficult. LESS RESOURCES SHOULDN'T MEAN LESS PREVENTION The next tier of banks have less man- power, making detection of repeat and cross-channel attacks challenging. GET PROTECTED Tips to navigate these rough waters a Consider comprehensive fraud prevention solutions that SOPHISTICATED FRAUD ATTACKS ARE UBIQUITOUS cross-link transactions. A Be aware of the threats new Complex fraud rings and Malware fraud attacks, such as Man-in-the-Browser, channels bring and implement are on the rise and are headed directly toward regional banks. solutions to safeguard from potential fraud attacks. A Government regulation is there to help you and your customer - invest in what you need to be safe. BROUGHT TO YOU BY 4IST PARAMETER The most innovative and proven fraud detection and prevention platform for global digital transactions 'Bloomberg 2011 http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-08-04/hackers-take-l-billion- a-year-from-company-accounts-banks-won-t-indemnify.html 41st. IParameter www.the4lst.com FRAUD MOVING DOWN STREAM THE BIG BANKS ARE ALREADY PROTECTED Fraudsters are stealing as Global banks employ several layers of security driving fraudsters to target the next tier of banks that typically use much as $1 billion a year from small and mid-sized banks in North America and Europe' in-house or rudimentary fraud prevention systems which are easier to penetrate. and the numbers are only going to increase. It is critical for these banks to understand the current landscape to ensure they, and their customers, are protected from the coming attacks. CONSUMERS ARE DEMANDING ONLINE OFFERINGS Regional banks are introducing online and mobile offerings which expose them to new types of fraud threats. The "faceless consumer" makes monitoring anomalies even more difficult. LESS RESOURCES SHOULDN'T MEAN LESS PREVENTION The next tier of banks have less man- power, making detection of repeat and cross-channel attacks challenging. GET PROTECTED Tips to navigate these rough waters a Consider comprehensive fraud prevention solutions that SOPHISTICATED FRAUD ATTACKS ARE UBIQUITOUS cross-link transactions. A Be aware of the threats new Complex fraud rings and Malware fraud attacks, such as Man-in-the-Browser, channels bring and implement are on the rise and are headed directly toward regional banks. solutions to safeguard from potential fraud attacks. A Government regulation is there to help you and your customer - invest in what you need to be safe. BROUGHT TO YOU BY 4IST PARAMETER The most innovative and proven fraud detection and prevention platform for global digital transactions 'Bloomberg 2011 http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-08-04/hackers-take-l-billion- a-year-from-company-accounts-banks-won-t-indemnify.html 41st. IParameter www.the4lst.com

Fraud Moving Downstream

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Fraudsters are stealing as much as $1 billion a year from small and mid-sized banks in North America and Europe. It is critical for these banks to understand the current landscape to ensure they, and ...

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