How To Protect Billions Against Mobile Banking Fraud: Open Your Eyes!
Webinar to discuss how banking organizations can secure their mobile banking apps while not impacting the user experience.
Zimperium is providing banking organizations with the solution needed to protect mobile applications in order to give visibility into protecting billions of dollars against mobile banking fraud. Zimperium executive, JT Keating, vice president of product strategy, will lead the session and answer questions.
WHO: Zimperium, the global leader in enterprise mobile threat defense (MTD) and a leading provider of real-time, on-device protection against known and unknown mobile threats.
TITLE: How To Protect Billions Against Mobile Banking Fraud: Open Your Eyes!
WHAT: This webinar will provide the audience with knowledge of threats facing mobile banking, as well as how banking organizations can secure their mobile apps. The webinar will specifically discuss:
- Security threats facing mobile banking and financial services apps
- The best way for organizations to protect apps and their sessions
- Real world example of what one bank experienced in the first 30 days after deploying Zimperium’s zIAP into its mobile banking app. (Hint: Hundreds of thousands of threats, and visibility to prevent fraud in exposed accounts, protecting over a billion dollars for customers.)
WHY: Mobile banking and trading are the new killer apps. Firms compete to make their mobile user experience a more cost-efficient and user-friendly version of every account interaction traditionally conducted in a physical branch or on a personal computer. With Zimperium’s mobile security, banking organizations can detect various risks and threats and protect billions against mobile banking fraud. Zimperium provides visibility into thousands of mobile threats that are otherwise not visible to financial service firms responsible for protecting customers from account fraud.
WHEN: On Demand, Register to Watch
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