IBM has patented an innovative fraud prevention technique that analyses the way users interact with websites to spot anomalous behaviour.
Given the huge rise in the number of stories about the hacking of personal details and log in credentials, this looks like an innovative approach to automatically determining when an account is being used by someone other than the owner. Big question, willl
it gain any traction in the market or just be another great idea which is too complex and expensive ot roll out?
...and NSA and God knows who else has the database with all user credentials immediately. I wonder whether security guys in the banks will allow to deploy "something in the middle" in to their internet or mobile apps. I bet a box of Budweiser(the Czech one)
that no, they wil not.
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