Are You Doing Enough to Prevent Account Takeover Fraud?

ATO Attacks are a Big Business. To stay ahead, organizations need to work together.

The days when cybersecurity meant fending off lone attackers are long gone. Today, cybercrime is a big business, and fraudsters are well-resourced professionals with developed support networks, top-end hardware and software, and sophisticated methods that let them mount ruthlessly efficient Account Takeover (ATO) attacks on an enormous scale.

The shift to remote work and increased online shopping during the COVID crisis created lucrative new attack vectors, with identity theft increasing 40-fold between Q1 and Q4 20201. To defend your organization, you need to understand the nature of this multibillion-dollar threat. In this briefing, you’ll learn about the unique dangers that advanced ATO attacks pose not just to your customers, but also to your brand and your business model. You’ll also learn why and how you can harness democratized security tools to keep your networks and users safe from compromise.

1: FTC Consumer Sentinel Network

Read the Deduce 2021 ATO Executve Brief and dig into the following topics:

  • What is ATO Fraud?
  • How Worried Should You Be?
  • Eradicating ATO Isn’t Easy
  • Defense Through Democratization
  • Strength in Numbers

About Deduce

Deduce prevents unauthorized account access, data leakage, and identity fraud. Powered by a comprehensive consumer data network of over 150,000 websites and over a billion daily authenticated user events, we enable any business to harness the collective power of identity-based threat intelligence.