|April 2, 2015 :: Banking's customer identity crisis|
|March 18, 2015 :: Behavioral Analytics for Detecting Fraud|
|Feb 20, 2015 :: ‘Tis the season—for tax refund ID fraud|
|Nov 14, 2014 :: Digital Insight and Guardian Analytics protect banks from fraud threats|
|Nov 13, 2014 :: Digital Insight to resell Guardian Analytics banking security kit|
|Nov 13, 2014 :: FraudMAP ACH-RDFI: The Latest Guardian Analytics Innovation|
|Nov 12, 2014 :: Fintech in the Fall: Themes and Company Updates|
|Oct 25, 2014 :: Security Will Need Big Insight, Not Just Big Data|
|Oct 12, 2014 :: Can EMV Also Be Hacked?|
|June 24, 2014 :: New Mobile Banking Threat Is Signal For CUs To Step Up Security|
|June 6, 2014:: Love still stinks - Beware of new twist on "sweetheart scam"|
|May 28, 2014 :: New 'Sweetheart' Schemes Exploit Mobile
Fraudsters Abuse RDC Services for Fraudulent Checks
|May, 2014 :: Fake Forgetfulness Flags Fraud (pdf)
By Craig Priess, Founder and Vice President, Guardian Analytics
|April 28, 2014 :: Looking for a Long Term Fix for Heartbleed|
|April 9, 2014:: Fraud and Payment Channels: Onsite Coverage|
|Mar 14, 2014 :: Online Banking Fraud Made Simple: Criminals continue to successfully compromise accounts and steal money with relatively simple attacks.
Fraudsters continue to successfully compromise accounts and steal money with relatively simple, human-engineered attacks.
|Feb 27, 2014 :: The Case of the Absent Account Holder
You might think that someone without online access to his or her bank account would be safe from online banking fraud. Think again. Guardian's in-house fraud intelligence team has found a flurry of attacks that target precisely such victims, resulting in successful attacks that steal money through online bill pay, transfers, and credit card fraud.