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Looks at the user’s activity during the login and session, analysing the typical navigation and time patterns, how the user acts in the personal account, what he clicks and more.
This data allows profiles of normal behavior to be built and any abnormal or suspicious activity during the login and the whole session to be detected.
Analyses your unique customer’s interaction with their device, like mouse movements, clicks, touches, swipe speed and more to detect whether a device is being used by a legitimate user or not.
This technology can also be used to detect bots and remote administration tools.
Device and environment analysis
Leverages the global presence of Kaspersky to identify “good” devices and use this knowledge for user authentication.
Based on global device ID, IP-address, location reputation and more any attribute marked as involved in fraudulent activity is also proactively detected and shown as suspicious or related to fraud.
Agentless malware detection checks if the customer’s machine is infected with malware without any additional
software installed on the user side.
This information is used to determine the legitimacy of transactions, as well as for Risk Based Authentication and Machine Learning modelling.
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News & Updates
Latest news in the field of fighting online fraud
Remote dating: How do the apps safeguard our data?
The pandemic and the restrictions that came with it have led to an increase in the popularity of dating apps. For example, the total number of swipes on Tinder increased by 11% last year, with the daily number of swipes surpassing the 3 billion mark for the first time as early as March 2020. This is hardly
Why people fall for social engineering and how business can stop it
A security system is only as strong as its weakest link. And when it comes to cyberfraud, the weakest link is all around you: People. The easiest way for a fraudster to get what they want is to manipulate someone into giving it to them. For example, using a ruse to convince someone to give
Do cybercriminals play cyber games in quarantine? A look one year later
Last year, we decided to take a look at how the pandemic influenced the gaming industry and what new threats gamers could be facing. What we found was that, with the transition to remote work and remote learning, the number of blocked attempts to visit malicious game-related websites or follow malicious links from legitimate game-related
In a panel discussion at RSA Conference 2021 about Web attacks and online fraud, researchers discussed lessons drawn from studies of cybercriminal tactics and attacks on large organizations. One speaker, former law enforcement officer Dan Woods, talked about his experience training as a CAPTCHA farm worker. The work was copious and the pay meager (about $3
Phishing returns to its roots
Between tech support requesting access to your computer, concerned tax services specialists demanding payments, medical equipment suppliers “returning your call,” and many more — none legitimate — it’s a wonder anyone even answers their phone anymore. You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t experienced some form of phone scam, although the name for it
Breaking the money mule’s back
In any bank fraud scheme, the criminals need to move funds to clean accounts or cash them out, and that means laundering. To cover their tracks, they transfer funds, first to money mules and thence somewhere else. At RSA Conference 2021, representatives of several major US and Australian financial institutions held a panel discussion on the topic of money mules and
Kaspersky Fraud Prevention and Indacoin Limited celebrate a year of successful cooperation
One year ago, a unique project Kaspersky Fraud Prevention became an important element of the security system of one of the pioneers in the field of a fiat-to-crypto exchange, which provides an opportunity to purchase cryptocurrency with Visa&Mastercard bank cards Indacoin Limited. After integration of the technology, the efficiency of the Indacoin Limited security system
Who’s in your Facebook and Instagram accounts?
A notification pops up on your smartphone screen: “We detected an unusual login attempt from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.” Whether the login attempt occurs where you live, halfway around the world, on the kind of phone you use, or from a device you’ve never heard of, what’s really going on here is an attempt to
Share of account takeover incidents increased by 20 percentage points compared to 2019
According to anonymized statistics of events detected by Kaspersky Fraud Prevention from January to December 2020, the share of such incidents increased from 34% in 2019 to 54% in 2020. Two schemes to get access to a bank account – ‘the rescuer’ and ‘the investor’ – remain among the most common since 2019. The importance
Fake copyright violation notice aimed at stealing Facebook accounts
The latest phishing campaign aimed at stealing Facebook accounts is gathering momentum. Users are receiving mass e-mails threatening bans for copyright violation. The aim is to steal the users’ login credentials. We explain the anatomy of the new scheme and how not to swallow the bait. Who, me? The message says something like: “Your Facebook
Fraud Prevention in the GDPR era.
It’s hard to overestimate the importance of cybersecurity and data protection in any financial institution. In Indacoin, we always follow the “safety first” approach, and today we want to give you a little tour behind-the-scenes to learn more about fraud prevention and advanced security technologies from Claire Hatcher — Head of Business Development for Kaspersky Fraud Prevention. In
Delivery payment fraud
Scammers are taking advantage of the situation to solicit random people with e-mail messages asking them to pay a small extra amount, typically just a few bucks, to complete a delivery. The message makes it impossible to identify the parcel; the scammers are clearly counting on people to be overwhelmed or absent-minded, in a rush
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