As financial institutions expand their mobile banking services, fraudsters certainly will be close behind. This webinar will cover the expanding use of mobile banking and the fraud threats that are lurking, including:
The explosive growth of smartphone ownership and the resulting demand for improved mobile services
Trends in mobile banking services, and the inherent risks associated with smartphone usage
The threats that lurk as fraudsters escalate attacks against the mobile channel
Fraud detection and prevention techniques based on each user's unique mobile banking behavior
Over half of US adults already have smartphones, and Forrester Research predicts that by 2015 one in five US adults will be using mobile banking. If a financial institution doesn't offer the desired mobile services, it runs the risk of losing clients. But with such growth, we all know that the fraudsters won't be far behind. So, how will account holders be using their mobile devices, how does that increase fraud threats, and how do financial institutions mitigate the resulting risk?
This webinar will answer these and many more questions about what will surely be the year's hot financial services topic. Learn about:
The state of smartphone ownership and mobile banking adoption and functionality
Usage patterns and behaviors that make smartphones particularly attractive to cyber criminals
Fraud threats that have already been spotted in the wild and how they take advantage of unique smartphone characteristics
Behavior-based techniques that some financial institutions are already using to detect mobile banking fraud attacks without disrupting legitimate activity
Anomaly detection solutions that prevent fraud and also conform to the FFIEC Guidance
Riley has been VP of Marketing at Guardian Analytics for over two years, leading the company's marketing efforts through a period of tremendous success and growth. She is a regular presenter at industry events and author of contributed articles, white papers and blog posts. Riley has over 15 years of enterprise software marketing and product strategy experience, having successfully delivered market leadership, customer satisfaction and unparalleled brand awareness in emerging and mature markets. Prior to Guardian Analytics, Riley worked for Market Live, Nextance, Blue Pumpkin Software, Siebel, Scopus and Sybase.
Manager of Fraud Intelligence, Guardian Analytics
Chris Silveira is an information security and computer forensics professional with over 14 years of experience and deep expertise in detecting and preventing malware and online fraud. Prior to Guardian Analytics, Chris worked for Silicon Valley Bank where he created and managed the Computer Security Incident Response Team to minimize losses in the online channel. Before moving into the financial services industry, he spent ten years at Electronic Arts where he was responsible for information security, incident response, and computer forensics. Chris has a BS degree in Computer Science from Notre Dame de Namur University and a master's degree in Information Assurance from Norwich University.