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The Red Flag: What the Emulator Farm Attack Signals for Mobile Fraud

In December 2020, an “evil emulator farm” cyber attack demonstrated how cybercriminals now have the ability to bypass static multi-factor authentication using automated processes to harvest mobile device identifiers, spoof GPS locations and intercept SMS messages.

But, financial institutions can fight back by modernizing their authentication with techniques such as secure provisioning and channel communication, client- and server-side risk analysis, and continuous session monitoring with RASP and machine learning.

In this webinar, find out from mobile fraud industry experts:
- What the emulator farm attack reveals about the state of US mobile fraud
- How increasingly frequent and sophisticated security threats can be eliminated
- Which security strategies are being utilized to protect mobile device users

Presenters:
- Sam Bakken, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Mobile Security
- Greg Hancell, Senior Manager of Fraud Consultancy
- Will LaSala, Sr. Director Global Solutions
Recorded Mar 4 2021 65 mins
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    Greg Hancell & Ralitsa Miteva, OneSpan
    As mobile banking use surges worldwide in response to COVID-19 and its associated lock-downs, a corresponding rise in mobile banking fraud continues to increase in prevalence and sophistication.

    The December 2020 discovery of an “evil emulator farm” demonstrated that mobile fraudsters can now automate their processes. They can now easily harvest mobile device identifiers, spoof GPS locations, and intercept SMS messages to bypass static multi-factor authentication. Achieving unforeseen levels of scale and speed of operation, these cybercriminals successfully emulate unsuspecting users’ mobile devices and drain millions from online bank accounts in record time.

    By modernising their authentication framework (including secure provisioning, secure channel communication, client- and server-side risk analysis, continuous session monitoring with risk assessment and machine learning (ML)), financial institutions can stay one step ahead of attacks.

    In this webinar, OneSpan’s mobile fraud experts explore approaches to eliminate the impact of increasingly sophisticated fraud threats and share strategies to protect mobile users by deploying advanced app security to prevent emulation.

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    The December 2020 discovery of an “evil emulator farm” demonstrated that mobile fraudsters can now automate their processes. They can now easily harvest mobile device identifiers, spoof GPS locations, and intercept SMS messages to bypass static multi-factor authentication. Achieving unforeseen levels of scale and speed of operation, these cybercriminals successfully emulate unsuspecting users’ mobile devices and drain millions from online bank accounts in record time.

    By modernising their authentication framework (including secure provisioning, secure channel communication, client- and server-side risk analysis, continuous session monitoring with risk assessment and machine learning (ML)), financial institutions can stay one step ahead of attacks.

    In this webinar, OneSpan’s mobile fraud experts explore approaches to eliminate the impact of increasingly sophisticated fraud threats and share strategies to protect mobile users by deploying advanced app security to prevent emulation.

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    Additional topics will include:
    - How digital tech is changing the industry, including key enabling technologies
    - How to accelerate transformation with third-party providers and core systems
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    You will also hear from OneSpan about market data and insights from insurance employees across the globe including respondents from Aviva, Manulife and MassMutual.

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    - Mary Ellen Power, Vice President, Marketing, OneSpan
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    Now, as digitization efforts mature and the added benefits to customer experience, compliance and operational efficiency emerge, organizations are looking for ways to rapidly extend those benefits to additional business lines, channels and use cases.

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    Rahim Kaba & Sameer Hajarnis, OneSpan
    This webinar is part 3 in the three-part series, "Building for the Future: E-Signatures Pave the Way for Digital Transformation."

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    - How to gain buy-in from internal stakeholders to expand your e-signature project
    - Best practices for scaling your infrastructure and developing a center of excellence

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    - Sameer Hajarnis, Global eSignature Practice Leader
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    Rahim Kaba & Sameer Hajarnis, OneSpan
    This webinar is part 3 in the three-part series, "Building for the Future: E-Signatures Pave the Way for Digital Transformation."

    The pandemic has resulted in a fundamental shift in the way organizations prioritize digital transformation tools, including the accelerated the adoption of e-signatures.

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    - How to move beyond your initial e-signature use case and identify the right set of next use cases to tackle
    - How to gain buy-in from internal stakeholders to expand your e-signature project
    - Best practices for scaling your infrastructure and developing a center of excellence

    Presenters:
    - Rahim Kaba, VP Product Marketing
    - Sameer Hajarnis, Global eSignature Practice Leader
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    - Tried and tested recommendations for winning internal adoption

    Presenters:
    - Yan Desjardins-Beaurivage, Senior Product Manager
    - Patrick Albert, Senior Solutions Architect
  • Beyond the Basics: Get the Most Out of E-Signatures Recorded: May 4 2021 41 mins
    Yan Desjardins-Beaurivage & Patrick Albert, OneSpan
    This webinar is part 2 in the three-part series, "Building for the Future: E-Signatures Pave the Way for Digital Transformation."

    Embracing technology was a universal theme in 2020 with digital boundaries being pushed beyond intended plans. As remote work became the norm for businesses adopting an “anywhere” approach to conducting business, e-signatures emerged as a perfect fit in these digital shift plans.

    For companies that have already added e-signatures into their workflows, now is the time to build for the future and get an in-depth look at advanced e-signature use cases.

    In this webinar, a team of digital business experts from OneSpan provide an in-depth review of e-signature workflows, as well as customization and authentication options, including identity verification.

    Additional topics and demo include:
    - Diving into more complex B2E, B2B and B2C workflows
    - Walkthrough and technical steps in the e-signature implementation process
    - Tried and tested recommendations for winning internal adoption

    Presenters:
    - Yan Desjardins-Beaurivage, Senior Product Manager
    - Patrick Albert, Senior Solutions Architect
  • Beyond the Basics: Get the Most Out of E-Signatures Recorded: May 4 2021 41 mins
    Yan Desjardins-Beaurivage & Patrick Albert, OneSpan
    This webinar is part 2 in the three-part series, "Building for the Future: E-Signatures Pave the Way for Digital Transformation."

    Embracing technology was a universal theme in 2020 with digital boundaries being pushed beyond intended plans. As remote work became the norm for businesses adopting an “anywhere” approach to conducting business, e-signatures emerged as a perfect fit in these digital shift plans.

    For companies that have already added e-signatures into their workflows, now is the time to build for the future and get an in-depth look at advanced e-signature use cases.

    In this webinar, a team of digital business experts from OneSpan provide an in-depth review of e-signature workflows, as well as customization and authentication options, including identity verification.

    Additional topics and demo include:
    - Diving into more complex B2E, B2B and B2C workflows
    - Walkthrough and technical steps in the e-signature implementation process
    - Tried and tested recommendations for winning internal adoption

    Presenters:
    - Yan Desjardins-Beaurivage, Senior Product Manager
    - Patrick Albert, Senior Solutions Architect
  • Podcast: From JP Morgan to Walmart - The Changing Face of Banking Recorded: May 3 2021 22 mins
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    In this podcast John Gunn, CMO at OneSpan, speaks to Ron Shevlin, Managing Director of Fintech Research at Cornerstone Advisors, on the latest trends in digital banking and FinTech.

    Drawing on insights from recent research, Ron discusses how consumer preferences are changing towards mobile and online channels, as well as how FinTechs, challengers, big retail and the advent of embedded finance are all changing how people interact with their banking providers.

    Key topics covered in the podcast:
    - Digital customer acquisition is a very important priority for banks today: Financial institutions that have traditionally relied on branches for new account origination will need to enable secure digital onboarding with digital identity verification.
    - Neobanks and challenger banks have set the bar for digital account opening: With increased competition for new banking customers, legacy banks need to place a greater emphasis on that initial experience to meet the bar digital-native banks have established.
    - The pandemic showed that people value human interaction, not the bricks and mortar of a branch: As branch numbers decline, human-assisted digital transactions and ‘human plus digital’ interactions will continue to increase.
    - Embedded finance will become a new distribution channel for financial institutions as the interconnectedness of financial services firms with super apps grows exponentially: Consumers will acquire services from financial services firms, but through the apps their spend the most time on, such as Amazon, Google, Uber, Etsy and others.
  • Podcast: From JP Morgan to Walmart - The Changing Face of Banking Recorded: May 3 2021 22 mins
    John Gunn, OneSpan & Ron Shevlin, Cornerstone Advisors
    How JP Morgan, Walmart, Chime and other FinTechs are responding to the changing ways in which consumers bank online.

    In this podcast John Gunn, CMO at OneSpan, speaks to Ron Shevlin, Managing Director of Fintech Research at Cornerstone Advisors, on the latest trends in digital banking and FinTech.

    Drawing on insights from recent research, Ron discusses how consumer preferences are changing towards mobile and online channels, as well as how FinTechs, challengers, big retail and the advent of embedded finance are all changing how people interact with their banking providers.

    Key topics covered in the podcast:
    - Digital customer acquisition is a very important priority for banks today: Financial institutions that have traditionally relied on branches for new account origination will need to enable secure digital onboarding with digital identity verification.
    - Neobanks and challenger banks have set the bar for digital account opening: With increased competition for new banking customers, legacy banks need to place a greater emphasis on that initial experience to meet the bar digital-native banks have established.
    - The pandemic showed that people value human interaction, not the bricks and mortar of a branch: As branch numbers decline, human-assisted digital transactions and ‘human plus digital’ interactions will continue to increase.
    - Embedded finance will become a new distribution channel for financial institutions as the interconnectedness of financial services firms with super apps grows exponentially: Consumers will acquire services from financial services firms, but through the apps their spend the most time on, such as Amazon, Google, Uber, Etsy and others.
  • Podcast: From JP Morgan to Walmart - The Changing Face of Banking Recorded: May 3 2021 22 mins
    John Gunn, OneSpan & Ron Shevlin, Cornerstone Advisors
    How JP Morgan, Walmart, Chime and other FinTechs are responding to the changing ways in which consumers bank online.

    In this podcast John Gunn, CMO at OneSpan, speaks to Ron Shevlin, Managing Director of Fintech Research at Cornerstone Advisors, on the latest trends in digital banking and FinTech.

    Drawing on insights from recent research, Ron discusses how consumer preferences are changing towards mobile and online channels, as well as how FinTechs, challengers, big retail and the advent of embedded finance are all changing how people interact with their banking providers.

    Key topics covered in the podcast:
    - Digital customer acquisition is a very important priority for banks today: Financial institutions that have traditionally relied on branches for new account origination will need to enable secure digital onboarding with digital identity verification.
    - Neobanks and challenger banks have set the bar for digital account opening: With increased competition for new banking customers, legacy banks need to place a greater emphasis on that initial experience to meet the bar digital-native banks have established.
    - The pandemic showed that people value human interaction, not the bricks and mortar of a branch: As branch numbers decline, human-assisted digital transactions and ‘human plus digital’ interactions will continue to increase.
    - Embedded finance will become a new distribution channel for financial institutions as the interconnectedness of financial services firms with super apps grows exponentially: Consumers will acquire services from financial services firms, but through the apps their spend the most time on, such as Amazon, Google, Uber, Etsy and others.
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    Trace Fooshee, Aite Group & Rahim Kaba, OneSpan
    One of the major frustrations that many consumers have experienced since the beginning of the pandemic is the "trust gap" – the discrepancy between the consumers that financial institutions trust in-person vs. online. Institutions that can effectively verify online identities will be well positioned to acquire more customers and win the fraud war in 2021.

    In this webinar, learn how risk-based digital identity verification and authentication techniques can be applied to increase trust in an identity claim at every customer touch point. Achieving a high level of trust helps support strategic goals to reduce fraud losses, improve customer acquisition rates, and enhance digital service capabilities.

    Topics include:
    - Key trends driving fraud transformation in 2021
    - The convergence of identity verification, authentication, and online fraud detection techniques
    - Application fraud and account takeover fraud attack patterns that are shaping the market
    - Best practices to reduce fraud loss without turning away qualified applicants and legitimate customers

    Presenters:
    - Trace Fooshee, Senior Analyst, Aite Group
    - Rahim Kaba, VP Product Marketing, OneSpan
  • Closing the "Trust Gap" in Financial Services Recorded: Apr 30 2021 56 mins
    Trace Fooshee, Aite Group & Rahim Kaba, OneSpan
    One of the major frustrations that many consumers have experienced since the beginning of the pandemic is the "trust gap" – the discrepancy between the consumers that financial institutions trust in-person vs. online. Institutions that can effectively verify online identities will be well positioned to acquire more customers and win the fraud war in 2021.

    In this webinar, learn how risk-based digital identity verification and authentication techniques can be applied to increase trust in an identity claim at every customer touch point. Achieving a high level of trust helps support strategic goals to reduce fraud losses, improve customer acquisition rates, and enhance digital service capabilities.

    Topics include:
    - Key trends driving fraud transformation in 2021
    - The convergence of identity verification, authentication, and online fraud detection techniques
    - Application fraud and account takeover fraud attack patterns that are shaping the market
    - Best practices to reduce fraud loss without turning away qualified applicants and legitimate customers

    Presenters:
    - Trace Fooshee, Senior Analyst, Aite Group
    - Rahim Kaba, VP Product Marketing, OneSpan
  • Closing the "Trust Gap" in Financial Services Recorded: Apr 30 2021 56 mins
    Trace Fooshee, Aite Group & Rahim Kaba, OneSpan
    One of the major frustrations that many consumers have experienced since the beginning of the pandemic is the "trust gap" – the discrepancy between the consumers that financial institutions trust in-person vs. online. Institutions that can effectively verify online identities will be well positioned to acquire more customers and win the fraud war in 2021.

    In this webinar, learn how risk-based digital identity verification and authentication techniques can be applied to increase trust in an identity claim at every customer touch point. Achieving a high level of trust helps support strategic goals to reduce fraud losses, improve customer acquisition rates, and enhance digital service capabilities.

    Topics include:
    - Key trends driving fraud transformation in 2021
    - The convergence of identity verification, authentication, and online fraud detection techniques
    - Application fraud and account takeover fraud attack patterns that are shaping the market
    - Best practices to reduce fraud loss without turning away qualified applicants and legitimate customers

    Presenters:
    - Trace Fooshee, Senior Analyst, Aite Group
    - Rahim Kaba, VP Product Marketing, OneSpan
  • How to Stop Mobile Banking Fraud with App Security and Risk-Based Authentication Recorded: Apr 29 2021 61 mins
    Greg Hancell & Sam Bakken OneSpan
    As mobile banking use surges worldwide in response to COVID-19 and its associated lock-downs, a corresponding rise in mobile banking fraud continue to increase in prevalence and sophistication.

    The December 2020 discovery of an “evil emulator farm” made clear that mobile fraudsters can now automate their processes. As a result, they are able to easily harvest mobile device identifiers, spoof GPS locations, and intercept SMS messages to bypass static multi-factor authentication. Achieving unforeseen levels of scale and speed of operation, these cybercriminals successfully emulate unsuspecting users’ mobile devices and drain millions from online bank accounts in record time.

    By modernising their authentication framework to include secure provisioning and secure channel communication, client- and server-side risk analysis, and continuous session monitoring with risk assessment for strategic planning (RASP) and machine learning (ML), financial institutions can stay one step ahead of attacks.

    In this webinar, OneSpan’s mobile fraud experts Sam Bakken and Greg Hancell will explore approaches to eliminate the impact of increasingly sophisticated fraud threats and share strategies to protect mobile device users by deploying advanced app security to prevent emulation.

    Topics include:
    - Strong customer authentication;
    - Client and server-side risk analysis for fraud prevention;
    - Mobile app shielding with runtime protection.

    Speakers
    - Greg Hancell, Manager, Fraud Consulting, OneSpan
    - Samuel Bakken, Senior Product Marketing Manager, OneSpan
  • How to Stop Mobile Banking Fraud with App Security and Risk-Based Authentication Recorded: Apr 29 2021 61 mins
    Greg Hancell & Sam Bakken OneSpan
    As mobile banking use surges worldwide in response to COVID-19 and its associated lock-downs, a corresponding rise in mobile banking fraud continue to increase in prevalence and sophistication.

    The December 2020 discovery of an “evil emulator farm” made clear that mobile fraudsters can now automate their processes. As a result, they are able to easily harvest mobile device identifiers, spoof GPS locations, and intercept SMS messages to bypass static multi-factor authentication. Achieving unforeseen levels of scale and speed of operation, these cybercriminals successfully emulate unsuspecting users’ mobile devices and drain millions from online bank accounts in record time.

    By modernising their authentication framework to include secure provisioning and secure channel communication, client- and server-side risk analysis, and continuous session monitoring with risk assessment for strategic planning (RASP) and machine learning (ML), financial institutions can stay one step ahead of attacks.

    In this webinar, OneSpan’s mobile fraud experts Sam Bakken and Greg Hancell will explore approaches to eliminate the impact of increasingly sophisticated fraud threats and share strategies to protect mobile device users by deploying advanced app security to prevent emulation.

    Topics include:
    - Strong customer authentication;
    - Client and server-side risk analysis for fraud prevention;
    - Mobile app shielding with runtime protection.

    Speakers
    - Greg Hancell, Manager, Fraud Consulting, OneSpan
    - Samuel Bakken, Senior Product Marketing Manager, OneSpan
  • How to Stop Mobile Banking Fraud with App Security and Risk-Based Authentication Recorded: Apr 29 2021 61 mins
    Greg Hancell & Sam Bakken OneSpan
    As mobile banking use surges worldwide in response to COVID-19 and its associated lock-downs, a corresponding rise in mobile banking fraud continue to increase in prevalence and sophistication.

    The December 2020 discovery of an “evil emulator farm” made clear that mobile fraudsters can now automate their processes. As a result, they are able to easily harvest mobile device identifiers, spoof GPS locations, and intercept SMS messages to bypass static multi-factor authentication. Achieving unforeseen levels of scale and speed of operation, these cybercriminals successfully emulate unsuspecting users’ mobile devices and drain millions from online bank accounts in record time.

    By modernising their authentication framework to include secure provisioning and secure channel communication, client- and server-side risk analysis, and continuous session monitoring with risk assessment for strategic planning (RASP) and machine learning (ML), financial institutions can stay one step ahead of attacks.

    In this webinar, OneSpan’s mobile fraud experts Sam Bakken and Greg Hancell will explore approaches to eliminate the impact of increasingly sophisticated fraud threats and share strategies to protect mobile device users by deploying advanced app security to prevent emulation.

    Topics include:
    - Strong customer authentication;
    - Client and server-side risk analysis for fraud prevention;
    - Mobile app shielding with runtime protection.

    Speakers
    - Greg Hancell, Manager, Fraud Consulting, OneSpan
    - Samuel Bakken, Senior Product Marketing Manager, OneSpan
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