Enterprise DMAP Intelligence for Banking Fraud

Enterprise DMAP Intelligence for Banking Fraud Detection

To match the pace of modern banking technology and real-time transaction, financial institutions require a new approach to security. Dtex provides real-time insights into user behavior for modern, accurate, and agile banking fraud detection.

Authentication & Access Behavior

By deploying Dtex collectors on the local payments infrastructure – including endpoints, Jump Servers and Payment (NPP) Servers – institutions can detect which users and endpoints are logging into the local payment infrastructure. Any unusual access, unusual applications used or deployed, or unusual files being created/deleted will be detected by the Dtex's anomaly detection.

Privileged Account Control and Logical Access Control

Dtex provides visibility into the number of administrative/privileged accounts and how those accounts are used, as well as how privileges are shared. Dtex can alert on unauthorized sharing of privileges, shared administrative account use, and misuse of administrator accounts, ensuring that organizations can detect improper admin access.

Application Fraud (Using Identity Theft)

If a compromise does occur, Dtex's forensic capabilities can pinpoint compromised machines and show organizations how that compromised actor interacted with company servers, endpoints, and data (including any payments infrastructure).

Data Security/Data Breach

Dtex's endpoint collectors monitor all highly sensitive data within an organization. Then, Dtex's analytics servers baseline how each user interacts with these files (access, usage, deletions, etc) and will alert upon anomalies, detecting potential data exfiltration. Dtex also captures data lineage, so that at any given time, it provides a record of how sensitive data moves and changes.

Phishing & Scams

By looking at all website traffic and network traffic, Dtex can detect any new web/network anomalies when users click on phishing emails or links, or when they visit IP addresses that indicate risky websites.

Logging and Monitoring

Dtex collects user-focused metadata and combines that visibility with behavioral baselining, anomaly detection, and patterns of known-bad behavior to pinpoint risky user behavior. By deploying Dtex, organizations will obtain a high-fidelity insider threat signal.

Security Training and Awareness

More than half of insider threat incidents are caused by negligence or human error. With Dtex’s user behavior visibility, banks are able to see the security mistakes that are putting data at risk, and customize their employee education accordingly.

Automated User Account Takeover/Account Creation

Recently, a wave of institutions have experienced automated attacks where armies of bots are used to crack username/passwords or are used to create new accounts to different websites. By deploying Dtex on webservers, institutions can collect the incoming device & users details and understand abnormal activities, as well as alert on different attacks.

Card Present or Not-Present Fraud

Though Dtex cannot detect directly whether a credit or debit card was stolen, when Dtex is deployed on the relevant payment servers, it can detect if any abnormal network activity occurs for a specific credit card. This would only be possible if profiling network activity by credit card.


Real-Time Detection

The proliferation of real-time messaging platforms requires security that matches pace. Dtex provides agile insider threat and internal fraud detection in real-time, enabling organization-wide visibility that moves just as quickly as transactions and threats do. Dtex offers an opportunity for innovation, with adaptable, real-time, intelligent insider threat detection.


An Opportunity for Innovation: Preventing Bank Fraud in the Face of SWIFT, NPP, and Evolving Technology

Why innovation in banking technology is an opportunity for a new approach to security.


SWIFT CSC Controls

By providing real-time detection and visisibility and a full audit trail of user behavior, Dtex can also help fulfill SWIFT mandatory and advisory CSC controls. Currently, a large North American financial institution uses Dtex to address SWIFT security framework requirements and detect bank fraud by deploying Dtex collectors on tens of thousands of endpoints and hundreds of servers.

Data Sheet

Dtex and SWIFT

Find out more about how Dtex helps fulfill SWIFT controls.

Case Study

Dtex in Action: Global Financial Institution

Find out how this large, global financial institution uses Dtex to detect insider threats and fulfill SWIFT controls through organization-wide visibility.

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