iovation IDs Top Continents for Fraud

Overview of Latest Releases from RSA Conference 2013
iovation IDs Top Continents for Fraud

Here is the latest overview of news releases issued at RSA Conference 2013:

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iovation, the leading provider of device reputation protection against online fraud and abuse, announces that Africa had the highest rate of online fraud when compared to all other continents in 2012. Billions of online transactions processed with ReputationManager 360 - iovation's shared device reputation and real-time fraud prevention service - were analyzed for geographic trends.

The list of the top five continents that originated online fraud in 2012 includes: Africa, Asia, South America, Europe and North America.

In other news announced for the event:

WHIPTAIL, the data storage-industry innovator powering faster and more energy-efficient computing for today's global businesses via its innovative flash storage arrays, has partnered with global manufacturer NEI to meet demand for WHIPTAIL's family of products.

WHIPTAIL chose NEI as its manufacturing partner because the company has extensive experience in solution design, manufacture, global logistics and lifecycle management.

Becrypt, a leading supplier of cyber security solutions to national governments, law enforcement agencies, the defense industry and other public and commercial sector organizations, will be exhibiting its latest innovative solutions at RSA. In addition to its award winning and Government certified encryption and end-point security solutions, Becrypt will be showcasing tVolution, a secure FIPS 140-2 compliant end-point operating system. tVolution was designed for high threat environments to enable security conscious organizations to cost-effectively secure and manage end-point access to VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) resources.

DB Networks, an innovator of database security equipment, announces the general availability of the ADF-4200, a new generation of data center security appliance, purpose built to protect against advanced database attacks. The ADF-4200 is based on DB Networks Adaptive Database Firewall platform and has been in development for four years. The ADF-4200 provides financial institutions, government agencies, and other data intense enterprises an effective countermeasure against advanced SQL Injection and database Denial of Service (DoS) attacks.

To view these and other news releases, please visit the RSA Conference 2013 Press page.

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