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Financial cyberthreats: a look back to 2019, forecast for 2020

Kaspersky will present an exclusive overview of the top cyberthreats targeting financial institutions and share the company’s predictions for this area in 2020.

During the webinar, attendees will learn about key events that have happened in 2019 – including:
•large-scale anti-fraud bypass, digital fingerprints markets
•multi-factor authentication (MFA) and biometric challenges
•ATM and PoS malware
We will also cover the latest techniques and tactics used by targeted attack groups who are specializing in stealing money from financial institutions. In the final part, we will do an educated guess and present our cybersecurity predictions about cyberthreats to financial institutions for 2020.

The Cyberthreats to financial institutions 2020: Overview and predictions report is available here:
https://securelist.com/financial-predictions-2020/95388/
Recorded Feb 13 2020 68 mins
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Yury Namestnikov, Head of Global Research & Analysis Team, Russia; Dmitry Bestuzhev, Head of Research, Latin America
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