Tagged Online banking

Easy Solutions Detect Safe Browsing Has Been Upgraded

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The Total Fraud Protection team is happy to announce the release of the latest version of Detect Safe Browsing for Windows, our secure navigation solution for online banking on end-user devices. With this most recent upgrade, our customers will be even more prepared when fighting next-generation malware and browser attacks, further extending complete end-to-end fraud management and reducing account takeovers. Read more

Half a Million Americans’ IDs and bank data stolen and sold online – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg

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Last week, the Justice Department indicted a 24 year old Vietnamese man with 15 counts of wire fraud, identity fraud, access device fraud and conspiracy charges, for his part in stealing and helping to sell ‘fullz’ packages of IDs online for over 500,000 people. These ‘fullz’ packages include a person’s name, date of birth, social security number, bank account number and bank routing number, and payment card data. Read more

To get security right for enterprise users, Twitter should follow online banking's lead

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In light of Twitter’s recent decision to offer two-factor authentication, many have noted that phone-based authentication is impractical for enterprise twitter users, many of whom rely on multiple individuals to manage a single enterprise account. While a noble gesture, it is both impractical but also not as secure as many may think. So what should Twitter do? Why not look to a group of companies who have long had a need to authenticate their users before enabling transactions - banks. Read more