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Fraud Intelligence

Leverage machine learning technologies enhanced by human expertise and global threat intelligence

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What is it?

Fraud is evolving and nowadays it looks more like organized crime with international and cross-functional teams involved. It means that criminals take advantage of cooperation and communication to find the weakest spots in security systems of businesses and attack them. Kaspersky Fraud Prevention applies combination of years of experience in dealing with real fraud cases and the cutting-edge technologies to have more than just data. We provide you with the knowledge of what is happening, how fraudsters behave, which schemes they use and how to catch them when it’s not the activity, but the signs of fraudulent intentions.

Why Kaspersky Fraud Prevention?

Pre-real-time detection of fraud with cutting-edge technologies based on machine learning

Generation of ready-to-use incidents

Timely discovery of suspicious activity

Incident investigation capability with comprehensive Kaspersky Fraud Prevention GUI

Case management functionality

Feeding your internal fraud monitoring systems with valuable data for more accurate decisions

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

News and Updates

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How to mitigate the impact of deepfakes

With deepfakes becoming more and more common — and more and more convincing — how can you protect your business?

Protecting your Steam account from scammers and trolls

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Are scammers tired of bitcoin?

Extorters are demanding ransom not in cryptocurrency, but in prepaid debit cards. All the same, you shouldn’t pay.

Russian speaking hacking group is attacking banks in Sub-Saharan Africa, according to Kaspersky

Kaspersky security researchers have reported on thousands of notifications of attacks on major banks located in the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region.

Can dark web monitoring move you one step ahead of cybercriminals?

What is the dark web? And why should businesses care about it? Here’s what you need to know about monitoring the secretive counterpart of the public internet.

Are you doing enough to protect your business and your clients from fraud? Don’t let the criminals harm the business growth! Get your personal demo of Kaspersky Fraud Prevention today

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