Tag Archives: Fraud Detection

Entrust at RSA: Two for Two at SC Awards 2014

February 26, 2014 by Entrust, Inc.     No Comments
This entry is part 8 of 12 in the series Entrust at RSA 2014

This entry is part 8 of 12 in the series Entrust at RSA 2014 Hard work pays off. How do we know? SC Magazine honored Entrust with a pair of Reader Trust Awards during the SC Awards 2014 Tuesday night in San Francisco. Entrust TransactionGuard and Entrust IdentityGuard were honored as top products in the [Read More...]

Filed Under: General Tagged With: Fraud Detection, RSAC, SC Magazine

Biometrics and Mobile Security – Points to Ponder

May 12, 2011 by Mike Byrnes     2 Comments

Last week’s FS-ISAC Annual Summit in Miami was once again top notch. This is the second year Entrust has participated in the event which in my opinion, is one of the top venues for bringing financial security decision makers and industry experts together to discuss, debate, brainstorm and overall collaborate on the top information security [Read More...]

State of the Union

August 11, 2010 by Scott Perry     No Comments

I’ve been working in the authentication and fraud detection space for close to ten years now and I find it both fascinating and scary. And the more knowledgeable I get, or maybe just the more I read about it, the scarier it gets.   At our recent sales conference we had a number of speakers who [Read More...]

Is traditional strong authentication dead with the new Man-in-the-Browser attacks?

July 28, 2010 by Steve Neville     No Comments

I wrote last week (see: ‘Old school’ fraud detection not making the grade in the new world of online attacks) about the importance of behavioral fraud detection in the fight against Man-in-the-Browser attacks. Does this mean that strong authentication is out of the picture? Nope! Like all good security strategies, it’s important to take a multi-layered [Read More...]

‘Old school’ fraud detection not making the grade in the new world of online attacks

July 23, 2010 by Steve Neville     No Comments

Times they are a changin’. It used to be that checking transactions when they happened (or shortly after) was enough to make sure that online fraud didn’t happen. Banks using sophisticated (or sometimes not-so-sophisticated!) systems for detecting fraud by integrating with banking applications can check for anomalies…but only if something seems ‘off’ in the transaction [Read More...]

Filed Under: Fraud Tagged With: Man-in-the-Browser