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[Podcast] Social Engineering: Psychological Warfare in the Cyberspace

From the usage of anti-money laundering software all the way to endpoint security, the enterprise space is always preparing for the next attack. Recognizing the fact that as much as you train and prepare your organization, adversaries will also continue to advance can be anxiety inducing. Yes, organizations lose billions every year to fraud and the beginning of 2021 was met with a huge influx in cybercrime, but it's the methods that the adversaries are using that is truly concerning.

Social Engineering
Social engineering is a method used by adversaries in the cyberspace that works by gaining the trust of their target. By impersonating a colleague, bribing or blackmailing the victim or even just assuming the voice of an authoritative figure, adversaries are coercing employees into cooperating and, potentially, into wiring money to them. It's psychological warfare and it's not slowing down; social engineering attacks make up 98% of attacks every year, so what can you do to prevent it?

Educating us in this episode of The Next Phase of Cybersecurity is Greg Hancell, Senior Manager Fraud Consultancy a OneSpan. Greg details to us the use of automation in fraud operations, how AI is saving banks and what current methods an adversary might use in conducting a social engineering attack.
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  • Cutting Mobile Banking Fraud With Dynamic Authentication And App Security Jul 6 2021 4:00 pm UTC 63 mins
    OneSpan, ALEXBANK, Infynit, Finextra & Jonathan Wiliams
    Aside from the pressure of rapid adaptation and process transformation that financial services firms have managed over the last year, the increase in sophistication and volume of fraud attacks has risen in equal measure.

    Fraudsters have raised their own bar, utilising the best in technology and strategy to automate some of their processes, resulting in continual and targeted attacking of the mobile channel, in response to the global digital shift. The scale of attack is becoming larger as well, as the technology becomes cheaper.

    The good news is banks can respond with equally if not more sophisticated measures, and are doing so. Strong authentication and risk monitoring are key, and what’s more, consumers are becoming wise to this and actively inviting it.

    So it lies with banks to step up and compete in this race, because a race it is and will continue to be- fraudsters will always follow the money and evolve with the latest tools and technology.

    Watch this Finextra webinar, in association with OneSpan, to hear industry experts discuss the following points and more:
    - In-app fraud- what are the vulnerabilities and why and how it is targeted
    - How banks are responding now and what they could do better- real time monitoring, channel-specific protection
    - The best approaches using technology, biometrics and behavioural analytics

    Speakers:
    - Anna Milne - Senior Editor, Finextra [Moderator]
    - Samuel Bakken - Senior Product Marketing Manager, OneSpan
    - Dr. Hosam Abou El Dahab - IT Demand Management Office Head, ALEXBANK
    - Ritesh Jain - Co-Founder, Infynit
    - Jonathan Williams - Technical Payments Specialist, Payment Systems Regulator
  • Cutting Mobile Banking Fraud With Dynamic Authentication And App Security Jul 6 2021 9:00 am UTC 63 mins
    OneSpan, ALEXBANK, Infynit, Finextra & Jonathan Wiliams
    Aside from the pressure of rapid adaptation and process transformation that financial services firms have managed over the last year, the increase in sophistication and volume of fraud attacks has risen in equal measure.

    Fraudsters have raised their own bar, utilising the best in technology and strategy to automate some of their processes, resulting in continual and targeted attacking of the mobile channel, in response to the global digital shift. The scale of attack is becoming larger as well, as the technology becomes cheaper.

    The good news is banks can respond with equally if not more sophisticated measures, and are doing so. Strong authentication and risk monitoring are key, and what’s more, consumers are becoming wise to this and actively inviting it.

    So it lies with banks to step up and compete in this race, because a race it is and will continue to be- fraudsters will always follow the money and evolve with the latest tools and technology.

    Watch this Finextra webinar, in association with OneSpan, to hear industry experts discuss the following points and more:
    - In-app fraud- what are the vulnerabilities and why and how it is targeted
    - How banks are responding now and what they could do better- real time monitoring, channel-specific protection
    - The best approaches using technology, biometrics and behavioural analytics

    Speakers:
    - Anna Milne - Senior Editor, Finextra [Moderator]
    - Samuel Bakken - Senior Product Marketing Manager, OneSpan
    - Dr. Hosam Abou El Dahab - IT Demand Management Office Head, ALEXBANK
    - Ritesh Jain - Co-Founder, Infynit
    - Jonathan Williams - Technical Payments Specialist, Payment Systems Regulator
  • Cutting Mobile Banking Fraud With Dynamic Authentication And App Security Jul 6 2021 1:00 am UTC 63 mins
    OneSpan, ALEXBANK, Infynit, Finextra & Jonathan Wiliams
    Aside from the pressure of rapid adaptation and process transformation that financial services firms have managed over the last year, the increase in sophistication and volume of fraud attacks has risen in equal measure.

    Fraudsters have raised their own bar, utilising the best in technology and strategy to automate some of their processes, resulting in continual and targeted attacking of the mobile channel, in response to the global digital shift. The scale of attack is becoming larger as well, as the technology becomes cheaper.

    The good news is banks can respond with equally if not more sophisticated measures, and are doing so. Strong authentication and risk monitoring are key, and what’s more, consumers are becoming wise to this and actively inviting it.

    So it lies with banks to step up and compete in this race, because a race it is and will continue to be- fraudsters will always follow the money and evolve with the latest tools and technology.

    Watch this Finextra webinar, in association with OneSpan, to hear industry experts discuss the following points and more:
    - In-app fraud- what are the vulnerabilities and why and how it is targeted
    - How banks are responding now and what they could do better- real time monitoring, channel-specific protection
    - The best approaches using technology, biometrics and behavioural analytics

    Speakers:
    - Anna Milne - Senior Editor, Finextra [Moderator]
    - Samuel Bakken - Senior Product Marketing Manager, OneSpan
    - Dr. Hosam Abou El Dahab - IT Demand Management Office Head, ALEXBANK
    - Ritesh Jain - Co-Founder, Infynit
    - Jonathan Williams - Technical Payments Specialist, Payment Systems Regulator
  • How to Win The War Against Mobile Banking Fraud Jul 5 2021 4:00 pm UTC 66 mins
    RCBC, BigPay, VISA & 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.

    As fraudsters hone their craft, how can financial institutions keep and protect its users? Join our webinar to explore approaches and strategies to eliminate the impact of increasingly sophisticated fraud threats.

    - The evolving mobile banking fraud landscape
    - Powering fraud prevention efforts with the latest technologies
    - Industry best practices in user protection

    Speakers:
    - Juan Gabriel R. Tomas IV, Chief Risk Officer and Risk Management Group Head at Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), Philippines
    - Salim Dhanani, Co-Founder, BigPay, Malaysia
    - Chackan Lai, VP, Global Risk Advisory and Innovations at Visa, USA
    - Sam Bakken, Senior Product Marketing Manager, OneSpan, USA
  • How to Win The War Against Mobile Banking Fraud Jul 5 2021 9:00 am UTC 65 mins
    RCBC, BigPay, VISA & 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.

    As fraudsters hone their craft, how can financial institutions keep and protect its users? Join our webinar to explore approaches and strategies to eliminate the impact of increasingly sophisticated fraud threats.

    - The evolving mobile banking fraud landscape
    - Powering fraud prevention efforts with the latest technologies
    - Industry best practices in user protection

    Speakers:
    - Juan Gabriel R. Tomas IV, Chief Risk Officer and Risk Management Group Head at Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), Philippines
    - Salim Dhanani, Co-Founder, BigPay, Malaysia
    - Chackan Lai, VP, Global Risk Advisory and Innovations at Visa, USA
    - Sam Bakken, Senior Product Marketing Manager, OneSpan, USA
  • How to Win The War Against Mobile Banking Fraud Jul 5 2021 1:00 am UTC 66 mins
    RCBC, BigPay, VISA & 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.

    As fraudsters hone their craft, how can financial institutions keep and protect its users? Join our webinar to explore approaches and strategies to eliminate the impact of increasingly sophisticated fraud threats.

    - The evolving mobile banking fraud landscape
    - Powering fraud prevention efforts with the latest technologies
    - Industry best practices in user protection

    Speakers:
    - Juan Gabriel R. Tomas IV, Chief Risk Officer and Risk Management Group Head at Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), Philippines
    - Salim Dhanani, Co-Founder, BigPay, Malaysia
    - Chackan Lai, VP, Global Risk Advisory and Innovations at Visa, USA
    - Sam Bakken, Senior Product Marketing Manager, OneSpan, USA
  • Why Effective Digital Banking Security Doesn’t Require Machine Learning Jul 2 2021 4:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    Lending & Payments, OneSpan & Forrester Research
    There is certainly an important role AI and Machine Learning technology plays in addressing the most sophisticated online fraud as well as improving the user experience via risk-based workflows that ratchet up or down security based on the propensity for fraud. However, every bank is at various stages of authentication modernization and not all bank goals require advanced machine learning technology right out of the gate.

    Cloud-based MFA with user-friendly authentication options has proven to be a compelling “stepping stone” for many banks that are focused on growth. This approach improves the mobile channel experience, reduces operational costs by quickly moving authentication to the cloud, and establishes an extensible foundation to easily integrate future authentication and machine learning technologies when the bank is ready to implement them.

    In this virtual fireside chat, a panel of cybersecurity experts - including a guest speaker from Forrester - dispel the notion that effective bank authentication security requires AI and machine learning technologies.

    Discussion topics include:
    - An update on the current fraud landscape and state of online banking authentication
    - Strategic business drivers that influence authentication techniques for banks
    - The importance of speed-to-results; Deploying new authentication technology fast to meet business goals
    - The advantages of moving authentication to the cloud
    - How to achieve strong authentication by combining advanced MFA technologies, mobile security and a scalable cloud platform

    Panelists:
    - Kevin Moss, Senior Advisor, Lending & Payments
    - Will LaSala, Senior Director Global Solutions, OneSpan
    - David Vergara, Senior Director, Product Marketing, OneSpan
    - Andras Cser, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
  • Why Effective Digital Banking Security Doesn’t Require Machine Learning Jul 2 2021 9:00 am UTC 59 mins
    Lending & Payments, OneSpan & Forrester Research
    There is certainly an important role AI and Machine Learning technology plays in addressing the most sophisticated online fraud as well as improving the user experience via risk-based workflows that ratchet up or down security based on the propensity for fraud. However, every bank is at various stages of authentication modernization and not all bank goals require advanced machine learning technology right out of the gate.

    Cloud-based MFA with user-friendly authentication options has proven to be a compelling “stepping stone” for many banks that are focused on growth. This approach improves the mobile channel experience, reduces operational costs by quickly moving authentication to the cloud, and establishes an extensible foundation to easily integrate future authentication and machine learning technologies when the bank is ready to implement them.

    In this virtual fireside chat, a panel of cybersecurity experts - including a guest speaker from Forrester - dispel the notion that effective bank authentication security requires AI and machine learning technologies.

    Discussion topics include:
    - An update on the current fraud landscape and state of online banking authentication
    - Strategic business drivers that influence authentication techniques for banks
    - The importance of speed-to-results; Deploying new authentication technology fast to meet business goals
    - The advantages of moving authentication to the cloud
    - How to achieve strong authentication by combining advanced MFA technologies, mobile security and a scalable cloud platform

    Panelists:
    - Kevin Moss, Senior Advisor, Lending & Payments
    - Will LaSala, Senior Director Global Solutions, OneSpan
    - David Vergara, Senior Director, Product Marketing, OneSpan
    - Andras Cser, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
  • Why Effective Digital Banking Security Doesn’t Require Machine Learning Jul 2 2021 1:00 am UTC 59 mins
    Lending & Payments, OneSpan & Forrester Research
    There is certainly an important role AI and Machine Learning technology plays in addressing the most sophisticated online fraud as well as improving the user experience via risk-based workflows that ratchet up or down security based on the propensity for fraud. However, every bank is at various stages of authentication modernization and not all bank goals require advanced machine learning technology right out of the gate.

    Cloud-based MFA with user-friendly authentication options has proven to be a compelling “stepping stone” for many banks that are focused on growth. This approach improves the mobile channel experience, reduces operational costs by quickly moving authentication to the cloud, and establishes an extensible foundation to easily integrate future authentication and machine learning technologies when the bank is ready to implement them.

    In this virtual fireside chat, a panel of cybersecurity experts - including a guest speaker from Forrester - dispel the notion that effective bank authentication security requires AI and machine learning technologies.

    Discussion topics include:
    - An update on the current fraud landscape and state of online banking authentication
    - Strategic business drivers that influence authentication techniques for banks
    - The importance of speed-to-results; Deploying new authentication technology fast to meet business goals
    - The advantages of moving authentication to the cloud
    - How to achieve strong authentication by combining advanced MFA technologies, mobile security and a scalable cloud platform

    Panelists:
    - Kevin Moss, Senior Advisor, Lending & Payments
    - Will LaSala, Senior Director Global Solutions, OneSpan
    - David Vergara, Senior Director, Product Marketing, OneSpan
    - Andras Cser, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
  • Digital Identity Verification: The Secret to Account Opening Success Jul 1 2021 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Mettle, Moorwand, OneSpan & Fintech Futures
    COVID-19 has caused an accelerated shift from branch account opening to digital account opening. But the challenge for many financial institutions is that there is friction in the online account origination process, especially when it comes to identity and authentication. This friction often causes consumers to abandon the account opening process at a traditional financial institution for a digital-first institution with a more seamless experience.

    Watch this webinar by Fintech Futures, in association with OneSpan, to hear industry experts discuss how FIs can eliminate friction in order to drop abandonment rates and increase account funding.

    Topics include:
    - What trends have been identified in the last year and how will this change consumer behaviour and expectation?
    - How financial institutions are experiencing the shift from branch-based to digital account opening
    - The impact of current identity verification methods on abandonment and funding rates
    - Best practices for reducing friction in the digital account opening process

    Speakers
    - Bryn Saunders, Senior Product Marketing Manager, OneSpan
    - Rachel Booth, Co-Founder and Senior Product Manager, Mettle
    - Luc Gueriane, CCO and board director, Moorwand
    - Alex Hamilton, Deputy Editor, FinTech Futures
  • Digital Identity Verification: The Secret to Account Opening Success Jul 1 2021 9:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Mettle, Moorwand, OneSpan & Fintech Futures
    COVID-19 has caused an accelerated shift from branch account opening to digital account opening. But the challenge for many financial institutions is that there is friction in the online account origination process, especially when it comes to identity and authentication. This friction often causes consumers to abandon the account opening process at a traditional financial institution for a digital-first institution with a more seamless experience.

    Watch this webinar by Fintech Futures, in association with OneSpan, to hear industry experts discuss how FIs can eliminate friction in order to drop abandonment rates and increase account funding.

    Topics include:
    - What trends have been identified in the last year and how will this change consumer behaviour and expectation?
    - How financial institutions are experiencing the shift from branch-based to digital account opening
    - The impact of current identity verification methods on abandonment and funding rates
    - Best practices for reducing friction in the digital account opening process

    Speakers
    - Bryn Saunders, Senior Product Marketing Manager, OneSpan
    - Rachel Booth, Co-Founder and Senior Product Manager, Mettle
    - Luc Gueriane, CCO and board director, Moorwand
    - Alex Hamilton, Deputy Editor, FinTech Futures
  • Digital Identity Verification: The Secret to Account Opening Success Jul 1 2021 1:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Mettle, Moorwand, OneSpan & Fintech Futures
    COVID-19 has caused an accelerated shift from branch account opening to digital account opening. But the challenge for many financial institutions is that there is friction in the online account origination process, especially when it comes to identity and authentication. This friction often causes consumers to abandon the account opening process at a traditional financial institution for a digital-first institution with a more seamless experience.

    Watch this webinar by Fintech Futures, in association with OneSpan, to hear industry experts discuss how FIs can eliminate friction in order to drop abandonment rates and increase account funding.

    Topics include:
    - What trends have been identified in the last year and how will this change consumer behaviour and expectation?
    - How financial institutions are experiencing the shift from branch-based to digital account opening
    - The impact of current identity verification methods on abandonment and funding rates
    - Best practices for reducing friction in the digital account opening process

    Speakers
    - Bryn Saunders, Senior Product Marketing Manager, OneSpan
    - Rachel Booth, Co-Founder and Senior Product Manager, Mettle
    - Luc Gueriane, CCO and board director, Moorwand
    - Alex Hamilton, Deputy Editor, FinTech Futures
  • Panel discussion: Digital Transformation in Banking Jun 23 2021 9:00 am UTC 37 mins
    Maria Cristina Melan, Keytrade Bank & Benoit Grangé, OneSpan
    Our panel discusses:
    • Managing partnerships between banks and fintechs.
    oWhat’s the status in industry?
    oIs it beyond just the technology?
    oHow are fintechs becoming an integral part of the financial services ecosystem?
    • The status of Digital Transformation in Banking
    oWhere are we in the process?
    oWhat’s the role of automation?
    oWhat’s the status or role of adopting Agile? Any challenges?
    •Fintech & Regtech
    oHow are we moving beyond the Startup scene?
    oFrom apps to algorithms to patents to AI.
    • What is the next big thing regulatory-wise now that banks (should be) well into their PSD2 implementations.
    • Blockchain
    oSome concrete use cases. (Identity management, KYC).
    • Quantum
    oSome concrete use cases. (decrypt vs. encrypt).
    • AI / ML
    oConcrete use cases.
    oExplainable AI and Regulation
    oCompetence to ‘manage’ the AI
    • Where do you see regulation lagging behind market and tech driven developments?

    Expert panellists:
    - Maria Cristina Melan | Transformation Manager & PMO | Keytrade Bank
    - Benoit Grange | Chief Technology Evangelist | OneSpan
  • Digitizing your Customer Onboarding and Account Opening in a Time of Crisis Jun 22 2021 9:00 am UTC 40 mins
    Paul Dockree, Solution Architect, OneSpan
    In these uncertain times, Banks, FIs and Wealth advisors are rapidly adjusting to the new normal and implementing new digital capabilities to fulfill the immediate needs of their customers remotely.. How e-signatures & digital identity verification can facilitate your remote customer onboarding and account opening processes?
  • How to Prepare for the “Next Normal”: Customer Onboarding Jun 21 2021 9:00 am UTC 19 mins
    Rahim Kaba, VP Product Marketing, OneSpan
    Our relationship with technology and remote interactions is continuously evolving as we move toward the “next normal.” Many insurance firms have already taken steps to address the immediate impacts of COVID-19 on business continuity. Now, insurers are focused on the next set of challenges, including how to reimagine customer onboarding in a more remote world. In this session, we'll explore novel approaches in identity verification and the electronic delivery and acceptance of insurance agreements and policies to support the rise of the digital-first insurer.
  • How Banks Can Reduce Account Opening Abandonment with Digital ID Verification Jun 18 2021 9:00 am UTC 6 mins
    Conor Hickey, Head of Solution Architecture, OneSpan
    Conor Hickey, Solution Architect at OneSpan, speaks about why consumers are abandoning online bank account application processes, how banks can reduce applicant abandonment with digital identity verification, and what the future holds for biometric verification.
  • Breaking Barriers in Digital Account Opening Jun 17 2021 9:00 am UTC 54 mins
    Ranya Tzortzatos, TD Bank - Jorge Oliveira, BDC - Michael Lakhal, OneSpan - Mary Ellen Power, OneSpan
    A poor customer experience and insufficient security in the account opening process has been shown to directly negatively impact long-term customer loyalty, retention and profitability. To accelerate new customer acquisition and reduce abandonment rates, financial institutions need to transform the new account opening process into a seamless and secure digital customer experience for applicants. This means stripping out areas of frustration, such as manual ID checks and mandatory branch visits, while replacing these legacy processes with modern solutions, such as digital identity verification and e-signatures.

    In this webinar, we review the findings from a new survey of over 100 financial institutions on the current state of digital account opening transformation. Then, we get direct feedback from a panel of digital customer experience leaders from TD Bank and the Business Development Bank of Canada and the digital strategies being used by their institutions for removing major points of friction in the account opening and onboarding process.

    Topics included:
    - A first look at the findings from The State of Digital Account Opening survey + analysis of what the findings truly mean
    - Strategies on how to remove major points of friction in the account opening and onboarding experience
    - What new and emerging technologies TD and BDC recommend for helping FIs transform the account opening and onboarding experience

    Presenters:
    - Ranya Tzortzatos, Senior Manager, Customer Strategy, TD Bank
    - Jorge Oliveira, Director, IT Solutions Delivery, BDC
    - Michael Lakhal, Director Product Management Agreement Automation, OneSpan
    - Mary Ellen Power, VP Marketing, OneSpan, Moderator
  • [Podcast] Social Engineering: Psychological Warfare in the Cyberspace Recorded: Jun 10 2021 26 mins
    Greg Hancell, Manager of Global Consulting, OneSpan
    From the usage of anti-money laundering software all the way to endpoint security, the enterprise space is always preparing for the next attack. Recognizing the fact that as much as you train and prepare your organization, adversaries will also continue to advance can be anxiety inducing. Yes, organizations lose billions every year to fraud and the beginning of 2021 was met with a huge influx in cybercrime, but it's the methods that the adversaries are using that is truly concerning.

    Social Engineering
    Social engineering is a method used by adversaries in the cyberspace that works by gaining the trust of their target. By impersonating a colleague, bribing or blackmailing the victim or even just assuming the voice of an authoritative figure, adversaries are coercing employees into cooperating and, potentially, into wiring money to them. It's psychological warfare and it's not slowing down; social engineering attacks make up 98% of attacks every year, so what can you do to prevent it?

    Educating us in this episode of The Next Phase of Cybersecurity is Greg Hancell, Senior Manager Fraud Consultancy a OneSpan. Greg details to us the use of automation in fraud operations, how AI is saving banks and what current methods an adversary might use in conducting a social engineering attack.
  • [Podcast] Social Engineering: Psychological Warfare in the Cyberspace Recorded: Jun 10 2021 26 mins
    Greg Hancell, Manager of Global Consulting, OneSpan
    From the usage of anti-money laundering software all the way to endpoint security, the enterprise space is always preparing for the next attack. Recognizing the fact that as much as you train and prepare your organization, adversaries will also continue to advance can be anxiety inducing. Yes, organizations lose billions every year to fraud and the beginning of 2021 was met with a huge influx in cybercrime, but it's the methods that the adversaries are using that is truly concerning.

    Social Engineering
    Social engineering is a method used by adversaries in the cyberspace that works by gaining the trust of their target. By impersonating a colleague, bribing or blackmailing the victim or even just assuming the voice of an authoritative figure, adversaries are coercing employees into cooperating and, potentially, into wiring money to them. It's psychological warfare and it's not slowing down; social engineering attacks make up 98% of attacks every year, so what can you do to prevent it?

    Educating us in this episode of The Next Phase of Cybersecurity is Greg Hancell, Senior Manager Fraud Consultancy a OneSpan. Greg details to us the use of automation in fraud operations, how AI is saving banks and what current methods an adversary might use in conducting a social engineering attack.
  • Colossal Digital Financial Attacks – What to do Recorded: Jun 7 2021 50 mins
    Ralitsa Miteva & Greg Hancell, 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 strategies to eliminate the impact of these increasingly sophisticated fraud threats and share ways to protect mobile users by deploying advanced app security to prevent emulation.

    Speakers:
    - Ralitsa Miteva, Business Solutions Manager, Fraud Detection and Adaptive Authentication at OneSpan
    - Greg Hancell, Fraud Manager, Fraud Consulting at OneSpan
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