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e-fraud

(Electronic-FRAUD) Online trickery and deception. See phishing and hijacking.
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financial institutions, the Business Signatures e-Fraud Prevention Solution is an integrated product suite that provides the most advanced defense against online fraud available today.
Simple GUI-based, customizable, e-Fraud Rule Library for configuring the detection of suspicious behavior or access to a customer account
e-FraudMart is an extension of the Business Signatures Real-Time e-Fraud Detector(TM) (RTFD) product for in-session behavioral fraud identification and intervention in an online session.
Breaking down the barriers to immediate FFIEC compliance and strong e-fraud security across the online financial services world, Business Signatures Corporation is partnering with IBM Business Consulting Services, the world's largest consulting services organization, to provide financial institutions with complete solutions for rapid FFIEC compliance in front-door authentication, as well as for prevention of e-fraud in on-line transactions.
Business Signatures' M2FA product provides us a compelling, differentiated and cost-effective capability for front-door protection as part of an end-to-end e-Fraud Prevention Solution.
Keynote speakers will offer their insight into critical topics, including strategies to identify the perpetrators of e-fraud and expose the methods used to architect cyber crime.
Neural network-based e-fraud detection and management services
He emphasised the need to boost legislations to tackle e-fraud crimes in light of the fast-paced technological boom.
Victimisation in a digitised society; a survey among members of the public concerning e-fraud, hacking and other high volume crimes.
Deputy Director of CID for Search and Investigation Colonel Salem Khalifa Al Rumaithi said the department was tipped off about the e-fraud crime, with information about the transfer of US$2 million which was shifted to the bank account of an unidentified company.
Security of purchase, particularly online, could become a major consumer concern if identity theft, e-fraud and mistrust of the financial sector continue.