According to a report by Acuity Market Intelligence—2017's "Ten Top Trends for Biometrics and Digital Identity"—Acuity predicted 2017 would be the "breakout" year for biometrics technology.
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Mobile World Congress, the world’s largest mobile industry conference with more than 108,000 attendees from 208 countries, wrapped up in Barcelona, Spain on March 2. BioCatch founder, CTO & VP Business Development, Avi Turgeman, participated in a panel discussion titled “Social Engineering: Hacking the User” on Thursday, discussing what operators can do to encourage customers to engage in safer types of behavior online.
With 2016 in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to take a look at the malware industry and see how it evolved, the strategies fraudsters are using and what we can expect in the year 2017.
In the wake of recent reports of malware infecting state and utility networks in the United States, many organizations are searching for any evidence of similar code on their computers. Yet looking for a specific malware is an endless cat and mouse game. As soon as a malware is catalogued and identified by traditional fraud prevention software, the fraudsters institute a new one.