On Tuesday, November 28th at 4pm SAST / 9am EST, INETCO and payment solutions expert Stanchion, will be hosting a webinar titled, “3 Ways to Improve Early Warning Fraud Detection at the ATM”. This webinar is for anyone who is interested in exploring how real-time transaction monitoring and data streaming can help combat new advanced persistent threats and increasingly sophisticated coordinated attacks.
If that’s you, you can REGISTER HERE.
Are you ready to combat the next generation of advanced persistent threats?
Following a major data security breach, one of the largest financial services groups in Africa asked for help in architecting and implementing a stronger first line of defense against fraud at ATMs.
They required a reliable early warning system that could act as a safety net, providing immediate alerts of irregular transactions that were bypassing the usual authentication and fraud detection methods in payments systems.
Learn how an early warning fraud solution can help.
In a recent case study published by Stanchion, it was reported that in 2015, worldwide fraud losses added up to $21.84 billion! While this number may seem high, it is projected to increase to $31.67 billion per year by 2020. With the next generation of advanced persistent threats constantly looming, reliable early warning systems are essential.
Join Stanchion and INETCO as they share how the implementation of real-time transaction monitoring and data streaming has helped the Bank combat new advanced persistent threats and increasingly sophisticated coordinated attacks.
Key takeaways from this 45-minute webinar session include:
- New ways to strengthen your ability to detect and defuse front-end hackers, man-in-the-middle attacks and coordinated global attacks
- Suggestions on fraud rules and real-time alerts that will immediately detect suspicious transactions and card usage patterns
- How to gain better visibility into ATM terminals, network blind spots and back-end payments vulnerabilities that criminals exploit.
All attendees and registrants will also receive a full case study to be emailed out after this webinar. If you are interested in learning more, but cannot attend, please email Stacy Gorkoff at and we can arrange a more convenient time to discuss.