Account takeover detection
Detect and stop Account Takeover in real-time before the damage occursSchedule a consultation
What is it?
Account Takeover is currently one of the most widespread threats businesses face. It is almost impossible to control the way users treat their credentials. Moreover, even the most security-conscious ones can have their data stolen through a data breach, malware, phishing, social engineering attack and others. And it doesn’t matter what channel your client uses: both online and mobile are at risk. Kaspersky Fraud Prevention helps you learn more about your clients, providing you with valuable data and knowledge allowing you to see the anomalies and suspicious behavior inherent to Account Takeover before fraud has even been committed.
Why Kaspersky Fraud Prevention?
Detect suspicious behavior in real-time
Apply the comprehensive analysis of hundreds of behavioral and biometric parameters
Analyze the events from the device, session and user perspective
Determine the user behind the device
Identify users via device ID and extended device fingerprinting
Meet local compliance and regulation
Protect the user’s account
Continue the conversation with our Fraud Prevention Consultants to learn how global threat intelligence and cutting-edge technologies combined will help you grow your business without security concerns and usability issues
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