In financial services -- and particularly in light of the current economic crisis -- there is no more valuable asset than trust. And one of today's biggest threats to that trust is a brand attack, which leverages your company's reputation in criminal ways. This eCrime may be accomplished in a number of ways including phishing and malware attacks.
Register for this webinar to learn from MarkMonitor and Panda Security:
The latest phishing and malware trends and tactics to commit identity theft;
How fraudsters are leveraging new and surprising channels to deliver brand attacks;
Ways you can fight back.
Nothing is more valuable to a business than its own reputation. That is why brand attacks, which leverage a company's valuable brand for nefarious purposes, must be battled on every possible front. Brand attacks are the new form of eCrime, and they're being perpetrated in new and rapidly evolving ways including phishing, and -- more recently -- malware.
Please join MarkMonitor and Panda Security Labs for a BankInfoSecurity.com webinar focused on how brand attacks -- phishing and malware exploits in particular -- have evolved and proliferated, becoming sophisticated types of eCrime that every security professional should be ready to confront. We will outline a multi-pronged approach to addressing these threats -- combining proactive prevention, fast detection, and forceful resolution.
Attend this complimentary webinar to learn:
Why fraudsters are targeting brands
How fraudsters abuse brands to distribute malware
How fraudsters trick users into installing malware
Why targeted malware attacks will continue to rise
How fraudsters are leveraging new and surprising channels to deliver brand attacks
The latest phishing and malware trends and tactics to commit identity theft
Although primarily technical in nature, eCrime is no longer simply a question of corporate information security ï¿½ it now poses a serious risk to your company's reputation, revenues, and most importantly, customer trust.
During his tenure with Panda Security, Pedro Bustamante has been both General Manager and Senior Research Advisor, and has had a hand in defining Panda Security products for the consumer and corporate markets as well as developing joint projects between PandaLabs and PandaResearch. Prior to Panda, he founded BuyIt.com, a portal for companies wanting to do business over the Internet, and VGS NetMedia, where he developed a graphic client/server platform with its own TCP/IP protocol. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California, and participates in forums and technical presentations all over the world.
VP, AntiPhishing Solutions, MarkMonitor
Blake Hayward has over 15 years of experience developing innovative solutions in the financial services and security industries. In his current role, he is Vice President of AntiPhishing Solutions at MarkMonitor. Prior to MarkMonitor, Blake co-founded CollectiveTrust Solutions, which was acquired by MarkMonitor in 2006. Prior experience includes General Manager of Risk Management Solutions at Yodlee and Partner at IMIS Consulting. Blake received his Bachelor of Science in Business Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles.