Security against Man-in-the-Browser Attacks – Threat Analysis and Mitigation for Financial Institutions

Download this whitepaper to discover how financial institutions can use a layered security solution that combines risk-based transaction monitoring, Trojan detection, shutdown, and intelligence services, and out-of-band capabilities to create a solid defense to mitigate the threat of man-in-the-browser attacks.

RSA Security Sep 30th 2011

Cybercriminals are using newer and more advanced methods to target online users. One of the fastest growing threats in the wild today is man-in-the-browser (MITB) Trojan attacks. Man-in-the-browser attacks are part of the natural evolution of cybercrime, a result of stronger online security and increased consumer awareness. Propagation of man-in-the-browser attacks is being helped by spear phishing attacks, the popularity of social networking sites, and the increase in drive-by downloads.

Download this whitepaper to discover how financial institutions can use a layered security solution that combines risk-based transaction monitoring, Trojan detection, shutdown, and intelligence services, and out-of-band capabilities to create a solid defense to mitigate the threat of man-in-the-browser attacks.

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