How IBM Security Risk Based Authentication works

Help differentiate between true users and fraudsters

IBM Security Trusteer Pinpoint Detect helps protect digital channels against account takeover, fraudulent transactions and can detect end user devices infected with high risk malware. It incorporates behavioral biometrics capabilities, using patented analytics and machine learning for real-time cognitive fraud detection.

Authenticate and enforce internal procedures

Organizations can receive authentication, enforcement of internal procedure and security policy management through integration with IBM Security Verify Access. It enables organizations to create and enforce threat-aware access policies across channels, based on actual risk to the organization.

Global threat intelligence service

IBM Security Trusteer has a dedicated security research team that continually analyzes data to uncover new threats. As the team discovers those new threats, protections against them are automatically added and deployed to help you quickly provide protection for your customers.

Built on a leading intelligence-based cybersecurity platform

IBM Security Risk Based Authentication solution utilizes a leading intelligence-based cybersecurity platform for financial fraud designed to help organizations stop malware and phishing-driven fraud, prevent account takeover attacks and control and mitigate digital channels risk.

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