The Trojan War: Responding to the Evolution of Cross-Channel Attacks
The Trojan War: Responding to the Evolution of Cross-Channel Attacks

Fraud Summit Video Series - New York 2013 - Banking Trojans are ever-evolving, with new code and attacks emerging daily. Many of these Trojans - Zeus and SpyEye are the best known - infect end-users' PCs and mobile devices through socially-engineered schemes such as phishing and smishing.

But increasingly, malicious code infects devices in automated ways, such as drive-by downloads. Often, a device can be infected with little action from the actual end-user. This session tracks the evolution of banking Trojans, with emphasis on how to defend against emerging cross-channel attacks.

Background

The Fraud Summit was a one-day event focused exclusively on the top fraud trends impacting organizations and the mitigation strategies to overcome those challenges.

Attendees heard from top experts in the industry on topics ranging from account takeover and mobile banking to the insider threat and the latest insights from ISMG's annual Faces of Fraud survey.

The entire Fraud Summit 2013 video series:



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