The WorldCup Heist: Using Behavioral Biometrics to Beat Fraud

The WorldCup Heist: Using Behavioral Biometrics to Beat Fraud

May 22, 2019, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Salon 14/15
Language:
English
The payment team at Gett, a ride hailing app available in over 120 cities worldwide, was facing advanced fraud attacks carried out by hackers using emulators. These virtual devices allowed attackers to carry out new account fraud and carding without being detected by classic fraud detection tools. Learn how Gett:
• Identified attacks by sophisticated emulators
• Cut the attacks per month that required manual review by 80%
• Stopped new account fraud and the abuse of loyalty vouchers
• Restored app integrity by removing the emulator traffic

Contributors

  • Ran Shulkind

    Panelist

    Co-Founder and CPO

    Secured Touch

    Ran co-founded SecuredTouch and is responsible for the product development and management activities. Previously, Ran served in the Israel Defense...

  • Vlad Branin

    Panelist

    Director of Product, Global Business Operations

    Gett

    A payments professional with over 20 years of practical experience in product, project and pre/post-sale management. I have extensive expertise in...

Topics

  1. Topics
    Emerging/Continuing Fraud Trends

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