Cyber security practitioners commonly lament that reducing consumer fraud would be a whole lot more effective if only the products could understand the business better. This is especially true with websites, the primary interface for businesses with its customers. Beyond the login, it is important to have visibility into website sessions to prevent financial losses from account takeover, automated attacks, fraudulent transactions, and other potential threats. Yet, it is a challenge for many organizations to find ways to protect their customers without intruding on the user experience.
Download this new analyst report to learn:
- The benefits and features of web behavior analytics technology for anti-fraud use cases
- How web behavior analytics can be used to speed up fraud investigations
- Enterprise recommendations for evaluating web behavior analytics tools