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How attackers target individuals and monetize successful ATOs

Up to 99% of the traffic on retail and e-commerce login forms are due to account takeover (ATO) attempts.

In this webinar, Shape Security’s Threat Intel Analyst Smriti Kawal Jaggi will explain how attackers use both online and offline methods to target individuals and monetize successful ATOs.

Also, learn about what attackers really do with compromised accounts from Shape Security’s Intelligence Center.

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  • Journey 2016: Enterprise without boundaries

     

     

    This report from Atos assess how major trends including the birth of the total data economy, a cashless society, social and shared innovation will start to reshape business and society by 2016.

     

    It showcases IT innovation that can bring the new efficiencies, relationships and ways of doing business necessary to revive the economy.  

     

    Researched and written by the Atos Scientific Community, a global network of around 90 of the best business technologists within Atos, Ascent Journey 2016 identifies that economically sustainable relationships underpinned by trust will be key to pulling the economy out of recession.  

     

    Changing demographics, as digital natives challenge established practices; globalisation and the disruption of ever-shifting technological advances will result in new ways of working where traditional boundaries no longer exist, either between businesses or between businesses and their customers.

     

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  • CW Special report on Atos

     

    Atos is aiming high after its merger with Siemens

     

    French IT services company Atos used to be Atos Origin, but truncated its name in 2011, after merging with German IT services company Siemens IT Solutions and Services.

     

    The combined company boasts total revenues of €8.8bn and 76,400 employees in 47 countries. It offers managed services, consulting, systems integration and transactional services.

     

    Atos had a lot of convincing to do as it essentially transformed itself, setting out to tackle the market for larger deals on a pan-European and global basis.

     

    The Siemens deal has propelled Atos up the competitive rankings both in Europe and globally. It is ranked number two behind IBM in Europe (although this takes both Gartner figures and Atos’s own estimates), with a 5.2% market share.

     

    Those figures, however, put it at number eight in the global IT services market, showing how far it has to go in terms of larger contracts and business abroad.

     

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