Welcome to Digiville, the busting city where risk and security leaders come together to manage digital risk and enable business transformation.
Join our host, RSA Portfolio Strategist Steve Schlarman, as we explore Digiville and its many colorful neighborhoods including this episode where we focus on the lifeblood of Digiville, the ever-changing workforce neighborhood.
In this edition of “Good Morning Digiville”, RSA’s hard-hitting investigative reporter, Tony Karam will explore the underlying challenges of a vibrant, growing, dynamic workforce. This report provides best practices for empowering a distributed workforce to enable business growth with special reporting for managing workforce risk in times of disruption. This episode will provide insights into how to adapt to new disruptions and actionable steps to help you address today’s challenges to keep your business on track while preparing for tomorrow’s growing workforce risk.
In times of crisis organizations need to be especially vigilant for cyber threats as malicious actors increase their activities during such times. This one hour webinar presents strategies for securing modern remote access in times of emergency use. This discussion focuses on deploying Identity Assurance and Threat Intelligence solutions that utilize modern mobile authentication methods, user behavior analytics, evolved SIEM, automation and orchestration.
A global crisis tests organizations and their leaders in ongoing and unexpected ways. How organizations adapt to the rapidly-changing business conditions that a large-scale crisis creates governs how quickly they will recover and shapes the long-term impact of the crisis on their business.
In this roundtable discussion, RSA experts explore six focus areas critical to sustaining business operations during a deepening global crisis: resiliency, security, compliance, supply chain/third party governance, fraud, and the workforce. They describe specific steps leaders of these functions can take to mitigate security and risk impacts and to adapt their functions as current events continue unfold.
By focusing on these six areas, organizations can rise above daily distractions, plan for the immediate and longer-term future and ultimately, emerge from the crisis in a stronger position.
Business resiliency is complex, especially during times of broad-scale disruption. Unforeseen interruptions can leave decision makers struggling to properly address issues and implement solutions. Now is the time to ensure that you have response and recovery plans to enable your organization to react, adapt and recover from disruption.
Join us for a live webinar on Monday, May 11th to discover how centralizing data, decisions and actions can help you keep your focus on the health and safety of your employees, your customers, and your organization. In this webinar, we’ll share:
- Best practices for coordinating business continuity and crisis management to maintain order, ensure up-to-date visibility and drive action.
- Insights for effective risk management in the context of your business needs today and in the future
- How RSA Archer SaaS configured with the Crowe Pandemic Response app can help your organization address ongoing pandemic-related issues and help you build your business resiliency program
Can’t make the webinar? You can still sign up and we’ll send you a recording as soon as it’s available.
As identity-based attacks continue to grow, some organizations have started to consider a future without passwords to support the diverse requirements of a global, dynamic workforce. In this webinar, you will hear how VMware, a global leader in cloud infrastructure and digital workspace technology, has started on a journey to go passwordless, their lessons learned and benefits achieved.
Many companies have been forced to change their processes for assessing third parties’ cyber risks, since these assessments can no longer be performed on site due to travel restrictions and other constraints. Yet the need to properly assess, rate and monitor third-party security risks has never been greater, whether you have dozens of vendors in your ecosystem or thousands.
That’s why leading organizations are leveraging automation to remotely identify and act upon third-party security risks, and during this webinar, we’ll learn from their experiences using RSA Archer Third Party Security Risk Monitoring with integrated functionality from RiskRecon.
RSA and our partners have seen unprecedented interest in organizations looking to quickly and securely set up their workforce with remote secure access. Now that the initial demand has (relatively) subsided, many of these organizations are looking at other risks and business resiliency challenges, including resuming critical business or IT functions, staying compliant with changing regulatory mandates, and managing third parties and supply chain issues.
Join Patrick Potter, Digital Risk Strategist at RSA, as he discusses how RSA Archer solutions can help your customers:
- Build business resiliency in times of crisis.
- Manage today’s third-party risks.
- Navigate regulatory changes and compliance.
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In times of chaos, maintaining order, enforcing accountability, and having current up-to date visibility are essential for the smooth operation of every organization. To help organizations track, report, and respond to all the incoming information, Crowe released the free Pandemic Response app developed on the RSA Archer platform. It centralizes data, decisions, and actions all in one tool, so you can keep your focus where it matters most – your business.
Ask 5 people what threat hunting is, and you'll get 6 different answers, because when it comes to threat hunting, it's still the Wild West. This webinar will give you real world practical knowledge of why threat hunting is a critical part of any security program, how it fits within the SOC, discuss tactics and techniques used by world class hunters around the globe, and give you a framework for getting your analysts started with threat hunting, regardless of their skill level.
Can you afford to lose $4 billion in revenue? We didn’t think so, yet that’s how much money merchants and credit card issuers stand to lose in card-not-present (CNP) transactions, according to research from the U.S. Federal Reserve.
The astronomical growth of CNP fraud is fueling interest in EMVCo’s 3D Secure 2.x protocol, and during this webinar, we’ll explain how RSA can help you manage your conversion rates resulting in higher revenue in this space.
- You’ll learn how 3DS has evolved and improved
- You’ll understand the benefits of participating (and the risks of not participating) in the protocol
- You’ll get a roadmap for participation
- We’ll explore FAQs and clear up misconceptions
Today’s unprecedented business disruptions cast a glaring spotlight on critical risks that can impede the resilience of any organization. The more complex your business and the larger your third-party ecosystem, the harder it is to maintain your operations in the face of disruption.
Join Patrick Potter, Risk Strategist at RSA, for the second webinar in our two-part series on the critical steps organizations can take to help minimize business disruption.
Welcome to Digiville, the idyllic town where security and risk leaders come together to manage digital risk and enable digital transformation. In this webinar series, we will navigate the critical areas of risk that come with digital transformation. First up, the weather forecast: cloudy with a chance of risk.
Organizations are expected to spend $6 trillion in the next four years on digital transformation initiatives, according to IDC. And at the heart of nearly every digital transformation is the adoption of cloud technology. In this first webinar, we will explore the risks associated with cloud transformation and offer practical tips to organizations on how to overcome the challenges of access controls, visibility and governance within cloud environments.
Many organizations today are trying to maintain business operations amid unprecedented disruption by either expanding their remote workforces or implementing work from home policies for the first time. The scale of these efforts combined with the dynamic workforce risks they create require special preparation and careful planning.
Business disruptions abound these days, affecting governments, countries, organizations, communities and individuals. From cyberattacks to natural disasters to outbreaks of illness, these disruptions spotlight critical risks we should all think about. Join this webinar to hear from RSA experts on managing business resiliency risk, risks of using third parties, and dynamic workforce risks and how to provide continuity in uncertain times.
Digital transformation is a top priority across every sector of the healthcare industry. Rapidly emerging digital technologies are creating opportunities for healthcare organizations to improve patient care, compete more effectively, comply with regulations, and manage overall costs. As organizations embrace the positive benefits of digital transformation, they must equally embrace security and risk management practices that enable them to successfully thrive in the connected world of digital healthcare.
View this on-demand webinar to hear experts from The Nemours Foundation and RSA as they discuss the opportunities – and the risks – of digital transformation to the healthcare industry and best practices for building collaborative teams to manage digital risk.
It’s clear that digital initiatives are forcing both evolutionary and revolutionary changes in managing risk and security around the world. According to the RSA® Digital Risk Report, while cloud computing is the common thread running through these changes, to understand and manage digital risk means understanding the human element.
In this webinar, you’ll hear from industry experts on the highlights and insights uncovered, including:
- Cloud’s role in driving the shifts in digital risk
- The ripple effects of digital and workforce transformation on risk and security
- Top digital risk management priorities by region
- The mandate to work together across departments and the line of business’ role in managing digital risk
Rapid shifts in globalization, demographics, work styles and work sourcing are transforming the way companies manage their businesses. These shifts, including the widespread use of cloud and off-site networks, also open up new vectors of risk and potential threats and attacks. In this groundbreaking survey, SANS, in cooperation with RSA, will probe the risk factors associated with workforce transformation and what organizations are most concerned about. The survey also will examine what organizations are doing to mitigate risks.
Webcast attendees will learn top trends in workforce transformation and how organizations could be affected by the outcomes of transformation, including potential data loss, attacks on networks and data, compliance and other legal issues, reputation damage and more. Best practices for managing the risks associated with workforce transformation will also be discussed.
Register now to be among the first to receive the associated whitepaper written by SANS analyst David Hazar.
Organizations are exploring exciting new opportunities through the digital transformation of their operations—adopting digital technologies like mobile, cloud and IoT to operate more efficiently, collaborainge more effectively and creating new channels through which to deliver innovation in the marketplace.
But guess what? So are cybercriminals. Fraudsters and other bad actors are undergoing their own form of digital transformation to make cybercrime activity more efficient.
Join us for a live webinar on Tuesday, December 10th to learn more about:
- The digital revolution that both sides are experiencing and its implications for fraud and other forms of cybercrime
- The latest techniques fraudsters are utilizing to conduct fraud, including: credential stuffing, “reverse vish” attacks, and the growth of cybercrime in social media
- The role of RSA® FraudAction™ in fraud prevention, threat management and advanced cyber intelligence
As traditional risks change due to technology, emerging risks related to digital business represent a growing segment of concern. Join our panel of industry experts from the private and public sector for a conversation on how to talk digital risk and get real-world advice on how to make your next board meeting a success.
This session will cover:
- The current state of the compliance landscape and challenges facing today’s top organizations
- Proven methods to meet regulatory demands, while employing digital transformation in the management of compliance obligations
- How RSA Archer Regulatory Content Analysis can help organizations understand the impacts of regulatory changes while minimizing resource-intensive manual processes
How are security, IT, finance and risk management executives addressing digital risk on a day-to-day basis inside their organizations? Which executive is ultimately responsible for managing digital risk? How are companies quantifying it, and what’s the single biggest threat to managing it effectively? Maxine Holt, Research Director with Ovum, presents qualitative research that answers these (and other) questions.
It’s official: digital transformation is having a palpable impact on companies’ risk profiles, according to the results of our landmark RSA® Digital Risk Report, the first definitive survey of organizations’ perceptions of—and plans for managing—digital risk. An overwhelming 90 percent of survey respondents indicate their organization’s risk profile is expanding as a result of their digital transformation initiatives.
This webinar focuses on helping CISOs and risk management leaders elevate the topic of digital risk and make sure other critical stakeholders are continuously engaged in it. Attendees will gain strategies for ensuring that cybersecurity and digital risk remain regular items on the board’s agenda and learn ways to engage key stakeholders.
This webinar will explore communication challenges around information security, the typical journey organizations are taking to bring information risk management into the broader umbrella of business risk management, and the advantages accruing to organizations as they mature their information risk management programs.
This webinar is geared toward security and risk management leaders who are trying to improve visibility and collaboration between their functions. During this webinar, we’ll show attendees how they can use our new self-assessment tool, the RSA Digital Risk Index, to spark actionable conversations about digital risk with their peers. We’ll also share risk mitigation checklists geared toward CISOs and CROs, as well as best practices we’ve seen our customers use to get risk and security teams on the same page.
As Financial institutes are going through their digital transformation journey, FinTech innovation is leading to new competition offering digital services, forcing financial institutes to rethink their strategy and create new partnerships powered by the API economy. Payments innovations such as Zelle Payments are catalyzing a dramatic growth in the volume of digital payments. In turn, potential points of compromise and vulnerabilities and the total value of money that is being transferred through digital channels are increasing, exposing financial institutes to more potential fraud losses. Join us to learn more about how to protect Zelle Payments with RSA Adaptive Authentication.
In today’s global, fast-paced and complex business environments, organizations are continually facing uncertainties, disruptions and changes daily. Managing these risks and threats is no easy task, however it is of the vital importance in the data driven world we operate in. Join Patrick Potter, GRC Strategist, RSA as he discusses links between the objectives of Operational Risk Management and Operational Resiliency, integrating operational risks as part of a comprehensive GRC strategy, and understanding the risks in the context of your business today.
Ben Desjardins, vice president of product marketing for RSA, and his guests discuss Top Security and Risk Management Trends and implications for security and risk management leaders. Attendees will learn about the initiatives forward-thinking security and risk management practitioners are undertaking to support their organization’s business objectives and elevate their standing in their organizations.
Today’s executives are focused on accelerating the time required to bring products, services, and features to market. In the “innovate or die” economy, the risk manager’s imperative is to support this growth objective while minimizing risk. In many cases, this acceleration involves leveraging an innovative third party. While the objective of risk management is not changing, the pressure is on organizations to manage risk (both internal and external) in a better, faster, and less expensive manner.
In this webinar, RSA’s Steve Schlarman and The Security Ledger’s Paul Roberts explore the critical role risk management plays in the success of digital transformation initiatives. They share case studies of companies that are managing digital risk effectively and offer an approach for managing these risks. This webinar outpaced the first one in the series as our most popular webcast ever.
May 25th will mark the one year anniversary of The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and it changed the way organizations worldwide had to meet their new compliance requirements. For many organizations, GDPR was a challenging undertaking that requires new processes, technology, skills, and oversight mechanisms. Organizations had to find new ways to embed privacy in what they do, encouraging collaboration across teams, and promoting a corporate culture that places their customers privacy at its core.
If your organization is pursuing digital transformation in any capacity, you’ll want to get ahead of the risks. This webinar—our most popular to date—serves as your introduction to the topic of digital risk. It will help you begin to identify the risks associated with your organization’s digital transformation, along with measures you can take to manage and mitigate them.
Building on the popularity of the highly technical Operationalizing Incident Response workshop, RSA is offering a special virtual version of this in-person event. During the webinar, Shane Harsh will describe a business-driven security framework for the fundamentals of operational threat hunting and incident response. This will enable your organization to understand the essential elements required to build an effective, repeatable, and cross-functional IR plan.
As organizations embark on their digital transformation journey, they require secure access that is convenient, pervasive and intelligent. The new release of RSA SecurID® Suite ensures that users have timely access to the resources they need—from any device, anywhere—and that users are who they say they are. Join us for this informative event to learn how RSA SecurID® Suite helps improve operational efficiencies with automation to gain valuable insight into user access and experience faster time to value.
Agencies are currently facing multiple security, identity and governance programs. For the most part, they tend to act as individual disciplines with siloed agendas, schedules, obligations, users and budgets. Most of these programs take severely different approaches to common challenges, such as inclusion, classifications for different types of users and specific technical details about target coverage models. Attend this webinar to learn how to architect a path forward and receive one (ISC)2 CPE credit.
Explore how Dell EMC's Data Protection Suite and RSA's NetWitness can successfully secure your infrastructure, increase your platform efficiency, and simplify management processes. Both Dell EMC and RSA ransomware solutions can be found on Carahsoft's Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Tools Special Item Number (SIN) 132-44 on our GSA IT Schedule 70. Join us on October 23rd to learn how these solutions can protect your workspace with threat detention and data protection
Do you find yourself thinking “I don’t have time for all of these alerts? It just takes me too much time to collect the data per incident?” Or “Why are my tier 3 analysts dealing with so many manual tasks instead of hunting?” Join RSA to learn about how Security Automation and Orchestration can help reduce alert fatigue, make your SOC team more efficient, and better leverage existing security investments than “just” adding new tools.
The days of securing a well-defined perimeter around your organization are gone. The cloud, mobile technologies, the internet of things (IoT), and diverse user groups freely exchange data across digital ecosystems, network, and economies. This fluidity, however, means that organizations must secure access at multiple points throughout the organization, or risk letting in intruders seeking to hijack data. Join RSA identity expert Tony Karam to learn how MFA can transform how you provide secure access—to any application, from any device, anywhere, at any time.
The threat landscape continues to be aggressive, with the advantage on the side of threat actors. Attackers use ever evolving tools and techniques that evade signature based intrusion detection technology. Come hear how RSA NetWitness® Platform for threat defense applies the most advanced technology to detect, prioritize, automate, and investigate threats that have bypassed log-centric SIEMs and preventative controls in a fraction of the time of other platforms.
Would you ride in an autonomous vehicle if you knew it did not know where other cars were located while in motion? This is akin to asking your users to share data on the network with no idea who, what or when that data is being shared and how secure it is. Join this webinar to explore how to give security analysts the visibility they need in order to properly understand the risks and potential threats to the network, ultimately protecting information and the business itself.
Identity governance can be an expansive program with many ways to implement the people, processes and technology to effectively govern access. In this session, you will hear examples of customer success within key areas of identity governance using RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle. Join us to hear how IAM leaders like you are implementing RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle to achieve their identity governance goals.
Get a first-hand look at the capabilities that make RSA NetWitness Platform® a unique threat detection and response solution. Ask the experts how these capabilities can help your team leverage the people you have to be more effective, accelerate threat investigations, understand the full scope of an attack, and more.
RSA conducted a study on the convergence of IT Security and Business Risk teams, to see if and how these teams collaborate to help reduce risk and strengthen threat detection and response. This webinar reviews key findings from a survey of 175 IT Security and 131 business risk (e.g. GRC, governance, risk, compliance, auditing, legal, IRM, integrated risk management) professionals. The findings highlight the challenges organizations face and the actions they’ve taken to improve collaboration—between people and also across goals, processes, tools and metrics—between their IT Security and Business Risk teams.
For many organizations, legacy and custom-built applications form the backbone of their businesses, powering core functions from finance to customer-facing systems. Yet often these applications are inadequately secured with just usernames and passwords, making them attractive targets for hackers and highly vulnerable to credential-based attacks. View part 5 of this 5-part webinar series to learn about an alternative approach to adding MFA to these custom and legacy applications.
With so many channels, both traditional and new, financial institutions are struggling with ways to offer a seamless customer journey while also managing digital risk. Join us for a live webinar where we will discuss current global trends in digital fraud, the market forces driving digital banking transformation, and success criteria for omnichannel fraud prevention, including case studies and demonstrated results.
Looking to make multi-factor authentication (MFA) more accessible to a wider range of users? View part 4 of this 5-part webinar series to find out how easy it is to use advanced mobile authenticators from RSA SecurID Access to provide your users with convenient, secure access to the VPN.
Organizations are turning to digital workspace platforms like VMware Workspace ONE to simplify users’ ability to gain access to the resources they need. Yet these digital workspaces—and the applications they support—also need to be secured without inconveniencing end users. View part 3 of this 5-part webinar series to find out how RSA SecurID® Access provides simple push or mobile biometric MFA for convenient access to these workspaces and applications.
How do you begin your journey to an Intelligent SOC? Start by evaluating where your dimensions of visibility, analytics, automation, and risk fall. With that knowledge you can build your roadmap in a sequence that delivers maximum impact and cost effectiveness. Join RSA experts to get tips on building your roadmap.
Protecting access to accounts and data is critical in today’s digital world. This is especially true for your organization’s most privileged accounts, which now extend beyond a root server or admin console to highly privileged users in the cloud. In part 2 of this 5-part webinar series, you will learn how multi-factor authentication from RSA SecurID Access can better protect privileged accounts across your enterprise, including admin access to critical infrastructure and privileged access management tools.
Gábor Varjas, the CISO of MOL Group, an international oil and gas company based in Hungary, speaks about his team’s journey to an intelligent security operations center (SOC) with members of the RSA Advanced Cyber Defense (ACD) Practice. Whether you have a full-blown SOC in place or a small security team, Varjas and the RSA ACD team share insights, best practices and “lessons learned” intended to help any security team improve its detection and response capabilities.
We all know we need more than just usernames and passwords to protect our organization’s data, especially data stored in the cloud. In part 1 of this 5-part webinar series, we will explore several concrete steps you can take to secure access to cloud applications—without impeding the user experience—using simple, convenient multi-factor authentication (MFA).
Join Patrick Potter, GRC Strategist for RSA Archer® for an interactive webcast where he will share why organizations with a strong focus on business resiliency will have a much better chance of not only enduring in the face of disruptions, but also find that they can use their ability to “bend but not break” as a competitive advantage.
3D Secure 2.0 is expected to have a profound impact on the payments industry by accelerating digital commerce and offering a better user experience with increased fraud protection for card-not-present transactions. Whether you have already started on the journey or are only just beginning, there are many considerations to help you get prepared to make a smooth transition. Tune in to this on-demand webinar to hear recommendations from a leading analyst for what you should be doing to prepare to move to 3D Secure 2.0.
Most security operations centers rely on a security information and event management (SIEM) system to understand what’s happening in their environment and detect malicious activity. However, traditional SIEMs were built for compliance and log management purposes, so they don’t give SOC analysts the full visibility or sophisticated capabilities they need to detect and respond to today’s advanced and targeted threats. Get tips for evaluating SIEM solutions.
In today’s perimeter-free world, deploying multiple, prevention-focused point products or focusing only on complying with regulatory guidelines is not sufficient to prove the comprehensive protection required by the government enterprise. Learn more about the five key function areas which define the Cybersecurity Framework (CSF): identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover.
Join us on April 4th for an informative and interactive webinar with the RSA SecurID team and see what’s new with RSA SecurID Access. You’ll see how RSA SecurID Access is strengthening its cloud offering with the integration of RSA Authentication Manager (AM) and Amazon Web Services (AWS). And, you’ll learn how to connect to anything with RSA SecurID Access and provide mobile optimized authentication methods including push notification, biometrics, FIDO, SMS/Voice and more.
Attend this webinar to discover what’s new with RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle version 7.1, released February 2018. You’ll get a live demo of the solution in action plus you’ll learn about our new Recommended Practices and Implementation Blueprints that are designed to simplify key processes and integrations.
The market demands are more like “Have it your way!” for modern approach to authentication…that’s why many of the one-trick ponies that can only do one thing for certain apps will become obsolete or acquired as Access Management vendors will face the complex reality that enterprises who want modern authentication will also want access that’s pervasive, connected and continuous – not just 2FA or SSO.
The RSA Global Incident Response team will share a real-world, technical case study demonstrating how it used RSA NetWitness® Platform to contain and remediate a sophisticated attack perpetrated by the threat actor group Carbanak (also known as FIN7). You’ll come away with proven methods for threat hunting and incident response, as well as an in-depth understanding of how Carbanak intrusions tend to take place, so that you know what to look for in your own environment.
Let’s face it — when it comes to moving applications and data to the cloud, enterprises want to streamline operations and deliver a better user experience. However, they don’t want to sacrifice security or performance. In fact, modern enterprises expect a journey to the cloud that ultimately enables better security. Better access. Better performance. The question is: Is it possible?
As identity theft and credential-based attacks continue to rise, organizations wonder how this can be when they’re investing so much time and effort deploying identity and access management solutions. Unfortunately, despite their best efforts, Identity has become the most consequential attack vector to the modern enterprise. They are essentially outmatched by increasing identity risks. If you’re feeling the pressure, you can’t afford to miss this webinar.
Every asset on your network and in the cloud has privileged accounts—everything from network devices like routers and switches to server operating systems to the databases and applications on those servers and, of course, all levels of cloud assets from IaaS to SaaS and in between. And with today’s risks, privileged sessions need more than passwords. If you pick and choose which assets to protect with multi-factor authentication (MFA), you are leaving layers of your network vulnerable.
As identity theft and credential-based attacks escalate, organizations wonder how this can be when they're investing so much time and effort deploying identity and access management solutions. Despite their best efforts, identity has become the most consequential attack vector to the modern enterprise. Organizations are essentially outmatched by increasing identity risks.
Each organization’s journey to the cloud is unique, but those journeys are more frequently being driven by business rather than technology needs. Consequently, security teams are put in an awkwardly reactive posture. The momentum driving organization’s deeper into the cloud, coupled with the need to secure a hybrid cloud and on-prem environment, present distinct challenges and threats.
The EU (European Union) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), taking effect in May of 2018, will be a game-changing regulation that will reset the best practice models for data privacy and protection globally. Join us as we share practical insights to help organizations start to prepare for the GDPR and demo our two new RSA Archer use cases that are designed to directly support organizations’ efforts to establish robust data privacy and data protection programs to address requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation.
Look at information security through the lens of business risk, and you’ll begin to make decisions about security in light of their impact on the business. A GRC framework for business risk management can help you identify key business priorities and align them with security information and decisions.
Business Risk Management solutions are about more than security. They provide an accurate, aggregated and timely view of all enterprise risk—whether that risk is associated with people, processes, technologies, third parties or regulations —and provide a unified response to any security incident. View part one of this two-part webcast series to understand how organizations can make better risk management decisions by understanding and communicating information security in terms of overall business impact.
From cashout and account takeover services to digital currency exchange, fraud-as-a-service websites are offering a wide variety of cybercrime goods and services that have been traditionally thought to be reserved for underground marketplaces and forums. Learn about the phenomenon of fraud-as-a-service websites, the reasons for their increased popularity, and the most common goods and services for sale.
Digital channels have become ground zero in the fight against fraud. However, translating the war against cybercrime into business metrics that senior leadership understands can be just as challenging as the battle against enterprise fraud threats. explore how organizations are addressing the respective challenges and motivations that come with defining success including the factors driving investment in fraud prevention technology and recommendations for measurin g fraud risk management performance.