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What's more, he said, the scale and growth of DDoS and other breaches tells us that there is a need for a more secure network, which will have a different underpinning -- this time, with security built-in from the ground up.
"Until then, executives who read the report should ask themselves if they have fortified their online estate to the maximum possible, given the state-of-the-art tools that are commercially available," Eisen said. "These include a security and fraud detection system that detects the four main touch points of the digital consumer journey: account opening/registration, account log-in/authentication, account takeover, and transactional anomaly detection.
"With device intelligence and a layered fraud solution even when credentials are breached, their customers remain protected."