Prevent account takeover, automated attacks and many other high-impact fraud threats with an easy-to-deploy fraud detection solution. RSA Web Threat Detection:
Captures every interaction between a user and a website or mobile app
Leverages behavioral analytics to distinguish fraudulent activity from legitimate transactions
Detects many forms of online fraud without impacting site performance
How RSA Web Threat Detection Identifies Account Takeover
Data breaches have exposed billions of user names and passwords in recent years, leading to a surge in account takeover—cybercriminals taking over consumers’ online accounts or account credentials to make purchases, transfer money or steal their data. Cybercriminals’ account takeover attempts are getting stealthier, but they’re not clever enough to outsmart RSA Web Threat Detection.
The High Cost of Account Takeover
$0.55average loss per stolen identity record
$267,300average losses per hour
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Detects a wide variety of fraud threats, automated attacks and other forms of disruptive online behavior including account takeover, new account fraud, fraudulent money transfers, password guessing, credential harvesting and testing, mobile and web session hijacking, application layer DDoS attacks, site scraping, business logic abuse and improper site functionality.
Out-of-the-Box Fraud Detection Rules
Includes a library of ready-to-use fraud detection rules that organizations can deploy in seconds, providing immediate time to value. Organizations can enrich and customize built-in rules, or create new rules, using threat scores for common attack types as well as data about compromised IP addresses, e-mails, credit cards and more.
Full Visibility into Malicious Behavior
Observes everything in the clickstream across users and devices and captures all web and mobile session traffic to make it easier for fraud and security teams to identify the source of fraud faster (potentially in hours instead of days). In just a few clicks, fraud and security teams get access to all session and user data, drastically reducing the amount of time spent on manual reviews.
Applies web behavioral analytics to compare the behavior of cybercriminals and automated attacks against legitimate users.
Flexible Deployment Options
Deploys on premises or in the cloud.
Identifies fraud attempts and other malicious behavior in near real time without impacting website performance or customer experience.
Leads to significant reductions in online and mobile fraud and related fraud losses.
Speeds fraud investigations by providing security and fraud teams with quick access to session and user data.
Protects your organization from the reputational damage and business disruption associated with account takeover, new account fraud, and other high-impact fraud threats.
Proven solution used by many of the world’s largest banks, e-commerce sites and insurance companies.
Fraudulent Credit Card Transactions
Watch this short video to find out how RSA Web Threat Detection distinguishes fraudulent credit card transactions from legitimate ones, enabling online merchants to make more intelligent decisions about which transactions to accept, review or reject based on their risk tolerance.
"We started by building our customer rules in RSA Web Threat Detection, using IP feeds from the eFraudNetwork and other sponsors and vendors to pull everything together in a single location. It means that we’ve got a better understanding of customer behaviors, the global network, attackers and users, and can deploy analytics in each area to increase our awareness of what’s going on."
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