SAS: Hit ‘em Where It Hurts Using Analytics to Lock Up the Fraudsters

Fraud topped the list of concerns for businesses across many industries in 2010. Online banking, in particular, was bombarded with new, sophisticated malware and Zeus banking Trojan attacks. Often disguised as legitimate emails containing a job application or offer, or hidden behind seemingly harmless links on social networking sites, this crimeware can disable antivirus protection, hide from detection and eventually take over control of a PC. After a victim responds to the email or link, the

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