As fraudsters continually refine their techniques to steal customers' credentials, organizations have found new ways to fight back with new tools that use behavioral biometrics and cognitive fraud detection.
It is critical to know how cognitive abilities would help in managing risks, compliance and governance as well as help in maximizing detection, reducing false positives and optimizing strong authentication.
The session will describe various models used for behavior pattern analysis and demonstrate how this may be integrated into a real-world SOC to achieve a proactive posture. It will address:
- Developing a risk framework with cognitive security;
- The technological expertise available to detect these anomalies and patterns.