Mobile and web fraud has become a major economic threat, enabling theft of funds and data to an extent that was unthinkable before the internet age. Cybercrime poses financial hazards, and also damages reputation and customer confidence. This fraud is becoming extremely sophisticated; examples include advanced Trojan techniques for inserting malware into corporate computers; and “man in the browser” technology that penetrates browsers, hijacks user credentials, and changes the data sent to the server. Mobile business is booming and with it the risks of conducting business online.
All cybercrimes are pre-planned, entailing changes in user behaviour. Unlike other anti-fraud systems that rely only on application log data, Bottomline offers the only solution to create rich and detailed behaviour profiles for each user of corporate online applications, such as eBanking applications. Creating a baseline of normal application behaviour, the Bottomline mobile and web fraud solution records and analyses ongoing application work and alerts to changes in a wide range of variables, across multiple platforms and channels.
- Stop cybercrime in advance with real-time alerts, triggering actions like requesting additional credentials, moving a transaction offline, or halting transactions.
- Get a complete picture of dangerous activity to make the best possible decisions to combat fraud by merging data from a variety of sources into a single, central, coherent system.
- Prevent 'man in the middle' or 'man in the browser' attacks by uncovering customer account takeover schemes.
- Stops identity theft, account takeover, 'man in the browser', and DDOS attacks.
- Detects unusual activity in real-time to prevent fraudulent activity before fraud occurs.
- Monitors both online and offline activity.
- Monitors all applications and uses data from these systems to create a complete user profile.
- Deters fraudsters, who after several failures to steal funds may prefer to attack other banks.
All Bottomline Cyber Fraud and Risk Management solutions use a common platform (using Intellinx technology) to capture, normalise, analyse, and act. With this platform, all data is captured, normalised, encrypted, and signed—making it easy to analyse suspicious behaviour over time and across applications, analyse and prevent new types of fraud, ensure compliance, and provide legally admissible forensic evidence. A common user interface for all types of fraud and compliance analysis maximises productivity of network operators and fraud investigators. Learn more about the Bottomline Cyber Fraud and Risk Management platform.