Change is inevitable in finalcial crime - how will you respond?

Asaf Jacobi · EMEA Solution Architec Director
Aug 18 2020 | English · 60 mins

Financial Services Organizations (FSOs) need to define, detect and defend against different types of fraud activity— unauthorized and authorized. Fraudulent activities continue to trend upwards, and FSOs need to ensure the fight doesn’t create a negative impact on their customers’ experience.

What you’ll learn:

  • How unauthorized fraudsters use compromised customer data and phishing techniques to attack online banking platforms
  • Leverage behavioral biometrics and AI to make real-time decisions
  • Assess the risk of entities holistically, not only relying on PII

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How to defeat online banking fraud techniques during Covid-19?

Asaf Jacobi · EMEA Solution Architec Director
Mateusz Chrobok · VP of Behavioral Product
May 6 2020 | English · 60 mins

While nations around the world are doing all that they can to lessen the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, fraudsters – true to form – have identified it as an opportunity to make money and are actively using COVID-19 as a way to cash. Indeed, in February in the UK alone, Coronavirus-themed scams targeting both individuals and companies caused losses of over £800,000 (the equivalent of nearly €1million).

There are no depths to which these criminals won’t stop, so we expect them to keep using the virus outbreak to their advantage. This webinar will give you an idea of what to look out for and the most effective way to be protected.

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Cybersecurity & Fraud Prevention – Two Sides of The Same Coin?

Tim Ayling · EMEA Vicepresident
Apr 15 2020 · English · 36 mins

The 1930s in America marked an era of violent bank robberies and deadly shootouts. But are legendary characters such as John Dillinger, Pretty Boy Floyd and Baby Face Nelson so different from the hackers of today?
Modern criminals use their technical expertise to accomplish the same outcome as their earlier counterparts, but unlike the lone wolves of the 1930s, cybercrime has become big business. Similarly, those trying to catch criminals have had to evolve with technological and environmental changes. Whilst criminal profiling was first used in the 1880’s with Jack the Ripper, until recent decades, it mostly relied on the intuition of profilers and informal studies.

Since behavioural science emerged in the 1970s, technological advancements, such as machine learning and behavioural analysis, have made it much cheaper and faster to counter criminal in the modern age. As we become increasingly digital, connected, and regulated, fraud prevention is rapidly becoming indistinguishable from cyber security.

Can businesses take advantage of these innovations whilst still deriving real business value?

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Buguroo´s online banking fraud predictions for 2020

Mateusz Chrobok · VP of Behavioral Product
Mar 3 2020 | English · 49 mins

As banks strive to make online banking even easier and payments even faster for their customers, they also face a race against the clock to keep their security up-to-date and compliant. In this webinar, we will analyze the main fraud trends we expect to see move up the banking industry’s agenda in 2020.

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The rise of New Account Fraud and how to halt it

Tim Ayling · VP EMEA at buguroo
English · 41 mins

Online banking must ensure that the onboarding process for new customers is as quick and simple as possible. Afterall, if applications are complicated to complete, prospective customers will give up and look elsewhere.

However, by making this process easy for customers, banks could also be leaving the door open to fraudsters who are increasingly using stolen or synthetic identities to open multiple accounts and borrow as much money as they can.

In this webinar, we’ll take a look at the rising challenge of New Account Fraud and explain the role Behavioral Biometrics plays in stopping fraudsters before they can do any real damage.

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The World's Top 3 Cybercrime and Online Fraud Hotspot

Pablo de la Riva Ferrezuelo · CEO at buguroo
English · 47 mins

When we’re on the subject of cyber attacks, we usually focus our attention on cybercrime as a totally unknown, uniform entity. However, the processes and techniques adopted provide a lot of clues to identify who may be behind the attack. In the online fraud landscape we talk about three Hotspots.

Each of them identifies with a specific technique that generate most of the fraud attacks worldwide. Understanding how each school works and how to be protected from their attacks will help your bank to benefit from both an economic and reputational perspective.

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Surviving PSD2 without affecting your customers' users experience

Gustavo Mora · Product Marketing Manager
English · 18 mins

On September 14 the first phase of the PSD2 and RTS regulation comes into force, and there are some questions about the possible impact that the regulation may have on customers’ user experience. Regarding this, each company has decided to implement the regulatory standards in different ways.

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