How DDoS Taught Competitors to Make Information Sharing Work

How DDoS Taught Competitors to Make Information Sharing Work

Fraud Summit Video Series - New York 2013 - In the wake of sophisticated DDoS attacks waged against leading U.S. banks, threat intelligence has taken on a greater role, and banking institutions have set a new bar for information sharing. It isn't easy - traditional competitors have had to overcome internal and external hurdles to achieve success - but information sharing has proven to be a valuable new tool to help institutions anticipate cyber-attackers' patterns and tactics. In this session, learn what other critical-infrastructure industries can learn from banking's example.


The Fraud Summit was a one-day event focused exclusively on the top fraud trends impacting organizations and the mitigation strategies to overcome those challenges.

Attendees heard from top experts in the industry on topics ranging from account takeover and mobile banking to the insider threat and the latest insights from ISMG's annual Faces of Fraud survey.

The entire Fraud Summit 2013 video series:

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