Analytics , Critical Infrastructure Security , Endpoint Security

Using Behavioral Biometrics to Secure Against Digital Fraud

BioCatch's Dalgleish on the Essential Steps to Build a Fraud Management Program
Tim Dalgleish, senior director, global advisory, at BioCatch

A risk-based approach to secure against digital fraud requires putting in the correct security controls in proportion to the organizational risk, which is determined by understanding the customer's subconscious habits, says Australia-based Tim Dalgleish, senior director, a global advisory, at BioCatch.

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The key to developing an effective fraud management program is to drive the actionable threat intelligence process based on three key pillars: conducting tactical intelligence gathering, understanding customer behavioral patterns, and taking a strategic approach to learning where the threats originate, he says.

In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, as a preview to the upcoming virtual roundtable, Dalgleish discusses:

  • The importance of user behavior profiling to understand patterns;
  • Taking a risk-based approach to secure identities against fraud;
  • Challenges for the CISO in detecting digital fraud.

Dalgleish is a fraud prevention expert with over 18 years of experience. He has worked with businesses in over 20 countries to implement effective fraud prevention systems and strategies. Before his role at BioCatch, he led the APAC technical teams for both ThreatMetrix and RSA Fraud. Dalgleish spent 10 years at ANZ Bank and GE, leading various fraud prevention functions.

About the Author

Geetha Nandikotkur

Geetha Nandikotkur

Vice President - Conferences, Asia, Middle East and Africa, ISMG

Nandikotkur is an award-winning journalist with over 20 years of experience in newspapers, audiovisual media, magazines and research. She has an understanding of technology and business journalism and has moderated several roundtables and conferences, in addition to leading mentoring programs for the IT community. Prior to joining ISMG, Nandikotkur worked for 9.9 Media as a group editor for CIO & Leader, IT Next and CSO Forum.

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