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FraudMAP® Emerges as Standard for Anomaly Detection and Transaction Monitoring

LOS ALTOS, Calif. Feb. 8, 2011 Guardian Analytics

A rapidly growing number of national and community financial institutions which operate on 15 of the leading online retail and business banking platforms have standardized on FraudMAP for anomaly detection and transaction monitoring. FraudMAP uses behavioral analytics to detect account takeover and fraudulent transactions by proactively identifying suspicious activities relative to normal aggregate and individual behavior.

Terry Austin

Proven to Stop a Wide Variety of Attacks

FraudMAP for Retail Banking FraudMAP for Business Banking

  • Account compromise stemming from Man-in-the-Browser, malware, phishing, and vishing
  • Account reconnaissance where criminals perform unusual non-transactional activities to steal data to commit fraud in other channels or to plan the optimal time to commit online fraud
  • Fraud staging, where criminals add new users to defeat dual controls, add mules/payees to ACH batches, create new wire templates, or add payees to bill pay
  • Fraudulent ACH, wire, bill pay, and other bank-to-bank transfers

Rapid Product Innovation Addresses Key Market Issues

February 2010

FraudMAP Version 4

George Tubin

Mellani Ocampo

A summary of FY 2010 highlights include:

  • 150 percent year-over-year growth in customers
  • 100 percent customer renewals
  • 134 percent growth in revenue from 1H 2010 to 2H 2010
  • Customers on fifteen leading retail and business banking platform providers
  • Record levels of monthly and annual recurring revenue

About Guardian Analytics

Los Altos, Calif.

SOURCE Guardian Analytics

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