Financial institutions have a complex challenge to defend against malicious apps like the Anubis malware, which recently reappeared.
Anubis targets to steal login credentials and other valuable information from customers of 400 financial apps through malicious apps listed on the legitimate Google Play store. Mobile app transactions are initiated with breached log-in details, stealing millions of dollars in days.
In this webinar, our security experts will discuss mobile malware types and which processes, technologies and strategies can be used to protect your customers.
Watch our webinar and learn how financial institutions can address the problem and shore up your defenses.
Additional highlights include:
- Mobile malware risks and vulnerabilities observed in financial institutions
- Digital channel threats and overview 2021
- Five tips to shield the app and user from malware
- Greg Hancell, Director Product Management – Data Strategy, OneSpan
Greg Hancell has a comprehensive understanding of fraud and risk management to catch known and emergent fraud. Greg is a believer in taking a data first approach, using analytics and machine learning to derive actionable insight and intelligence. Currently Greg is focused on increasing real time intelligence available in OneSpan solutions to increase trust and improve user experience.
- Ben Balthazar, Senior Fraud Consultant, OneSpan
Ben Balthazar is part of a global fraud consultancy team that focuses on people, process and technology to enable Financial Institutions across Europe, Middle East and Asia to defend against financial cybercrime. He helps financial organisations to transform from reactive to proactive to identify financial crime and drive down losses.
- Stefaan Seys, Senior Security Architect, OneSpan
Stefaan holds an M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering, and a PhD degree in cryptography and network security, both from KU Leuven (Belgium). As such Stefaan has significant knowledge of security technologies, such as cryptography and mobile application security. At OneSpan he is currently designing and evaluating the security of OneSpan’s product line.