Seeing cybercrime as a business helps to fuel new combat strategies

Picture Bob. He thinks he’s figured out how to avoid paying for cable TV by watching programs streamed from pirate websites. One day, he’s watching a live football broadcast and ten minutes into the game, he loses all access. His screen goes blank. Is ruining the user experience on pirated sites a new combat strategy?

Seeing it differently
Degrading user experience may not be the first thing that comes to mind when considering how to combat cybercrime.

How banks and PSPs can break free from fraud threats

Stealing millions of dollars in an elaborate bank heist makes for a great Hollywood movie – just throw in the hottest Hollywood stars, exotic locations, flashy cars, a computer whiz and obscure cyber jargon that’d impress any moviegoer. But in reality, bank fraud and cybercrimes are not entertaining matters, and are often poorly understood or addressed.

Fraud, outpacing the industry’s security efforts
As news of cyber attacks and large-scale fraud breaks in the media consumers can be lost in nuances of the threat/technology described, believing they would never be similarly impacted.

Consolidation: what the press release doesn’t tell you

Consolidation within the media industry shows no sign of stopping. It’s happening on both sides: vendors and customers. When it comes to security vendor consolidation why is it important to look beyond the press release?

The beat goes on
Hearing about vendor consolidation or rumored consolidation is common place. It’s part and parcel of our industry.