IT-criminals profit enormously by infecting Windows machines. They penetrate the security perimeter of private corporations and public institutions alike, of all sizes, and make their way into private computers via sophisticated and systematic attacks, which target vulnerabilities the operating systems as well as popular third party applications. From that point on, automated information gathering/leakage issues, leading to the compromise of everything from access to online banking, credit card information, private signatures, intellectual property, budgets, as well as other confidential information.
eCrime against financial institutions has rapidly grown into a multi-billion dollar industry, where losses have increased by over 300% over the past year (Source: APAC the UK payment association).
The big challenge for financial institutions and privately and publicly held companies alike, is first and foremost, becoming knowledgeable within the field of eCrime. This will enable them to understand the threats facing them.
CSIS eCrime Financial Services has, over the past five years, helped both domestic and international financial institutions as well as other organisations, directly affected by eCrime. We have created a closed community together with numerous financial institutions, as a proactive means to help fight the development of eCrime and the aftermath following an attack