Reduce Fraud by Reducing Bot Activity with Web Behavior Analytics

February 1, 2017

There are no limits to fraudster creativity when it comes to making relatively risk-free money from websites. It is too easy to abuse business logic by impersonating users and devices. Enterprises are embracing web behavior analytics (WBAs) to catch the new bot-driven attacks.

WBA is the key ingredient in a fraud prevention strategy where everything – user accounts, devices, network, and transaction details – is likely to be hijacked by professional fraudsters. The ability to expose when approved users and devices are acting as if they’ve been hijacked is the driving motivation behind machine learning.

What you will learn from reading this report:

  • The key ingredients to run a successful fraud prevention strategy for your business
  • How fraudsters are taking bots to the next level of sophistication
  • What fraud prevention solution is best for your business
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