Overview

“Know your customer” is more than a compliance mandate. Knowing your customers’ preferences, goals and aspirations—and using these insights to shape every interaction—is the key to earning and keeping their business.

How can banks tailor their fraud prevention and cybersecurity strategies to protect themselves, and uniquely enhance their customer relationships?

FICO recently completed an extensive consumer research study of the banking industry. This report presents data on insights and opportunities related to the prevention of payment fraud and data breaches.

Overview

With the constant threat of data breaches and malware attacks, cybersecurity is a complex challenge for organizations across all industries. Rather than adding more complexity to your environment, FICO® Falcon® Cybersecurity Analytics simplifies and improves your ability to detect and prioritize threats on your network, leveraging the predictive power of streaming analytics and advanced threat detection technology.

For Industries: 
Telecommunications
Overview

Cyberattacks and data breaches are daily news. We wanted to understand how the C-suite are managing the risk, what trends they are seeing and what they plan to do next. To find out, we commissioned research and consulting firm Ovum to carry out independent research to show how cybercrime is affecting the telecommunications industry.

For Industries: 
Retail
Overview

Cyberattacks and data breaches are daily news. We wanted to understand how the C-suite are managing the risk, what trends they are seeing and what they plan to do next. To find out, we commissioned research and consulting firm Ovum to carry out independent research to show how cybercrime is affecting the retail and e-commerce industry.

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Overview

Cybersecurity strategies often consist of “whack-a-mole” exercises focused on the perpetual detection and mitigation of vulnerabilities. As a result, organizations must re-think the ever-escalating costs associated with vulnerability management. After all, the daily flow of cybersecurity incidents and publicized data breaches, across all industries, calls into question the feasibility of achieving and maintaining a fully effective defense. The time is right to review the risk management and risk quantification methods applied in other disciplines to determine their applicability to cybersecurity. These proactive and systematic approaches may provide better quantification of the effectiveness of cybersecurity management practices.

The banking industry, as an example, bears similar risks in its management of credit card risk and has a long history of successfully applying predictive analytics and statistical methods to effectively identify, quantify and predict these risks. Forewarned is, after all, forearmed. If these predictive analytics could be used to harness the risk of data breaches, the damages (both financial and reputational) could be reduced or avoided by a data-driven organization. Similar large-scale data analysis and modeling techniques are commonly used to underwrite property and casualty insurance or assess credit or interest rate risk. In this paper we will explore the potential of forecasting cybersecurity risk with a detailed explanation of the underlying technologies and analytics.

Overview

Cyber attacks and data breaches are daily news; we wanted to understand how the C-suite are managing the risk, what trends they are seeing and what they plan to do next. To find out, we commissioned research and consulting firm Ovum to carry out independent research to show how cybercrime is affecting organizations in the US.

Overview

Cyber attacks and data breaches are daily news. We wanted to understand how the C-suite are managing the risk, what trends they are seeing and what they plan to do next. To find out, we commissioned research and consulting firm Ovum to carry out independent research to show how cybercrime is affecting organisations in the Nordics.

Overview

Cyber attacks and data breaches are daily news. We wanted to understand how the C-suite are managing the risk, what trends they are seeing and what they plan to do next. To find out, we commissioned research and consulting firm Ovum to carry out independent research to show how cybercrime is affecting organisations in the United Kingdom.

Overview

Cyber attacks and data breaches are daily news, so we wanted to understand how the C-suite are managing the risk, what trends they are seeing and what they plan to do next. To find out, we commissioned research and consulting firm Ovum to carry out independent research to show how cybercrime is affecting Canadian organizations.

Overview

Cybersecurity threats and the number of reported breaches continue to rise, and if the last decade has taught us anything about the world of cyberthreats, it is that throwing more technology at the problem each time something new happens does little to improve things. Despite the proliferation of new, tested, and threat-specific technologies that have been brought to market, we have not seen the problems reducing or going away. In fact, it is widely acknowledged that the number of attacks, breaches, and subsequent business and data losses are growing exponentially worse with each passing year.

What is needed is an across-business approach to cybersecurity that involves business-focused protection systems and the skills and levels of authority needed to support the technology. This report looks at what organizations are doing to improve their situations and identifies areas where improvements are needed.

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