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Instead of masks and guns, today’s bank robbers use the web. Fraudsters are increasingly counterfeiting the look and feel of banking and insurance brands to trick users into compromising their information.

Criminals use unauthorized domain name registrations to divert traffic away from legitimate content; unauthorized phishing offers lure your customers to third party or fraudulent sites; and mobile banking fraud is growing as crooks target customers through smartphones and apps. 

Unauthorized claims of affiliation or endorsement on social media sites or general Internet content are also increasing, as third parties look to benefit from your brand equity. The leaking of sensitive material from internal or external sources is a security risk to your brand, and can result in reputational issues or financial penalties.

At NetNames, we work with large financial organizations to monitor fraudulent activity and prevent loss – including our pioneering mobile app monitoring and enforcement service – ultimately helping you protect both customer trust and brand reputation.

Global online banking fraud today equals more than $10 billion

31% of phishing attacks targeted financial institutions in 2015

40% of business managers in the finance industry are extremely or very concerned about keeping their brand and trademarks protected in the evolving web landscape

22% of phishing attacks in 2013 involved fake bank websites

 

In 2013, the number of cyberattacks involving malware designed to steal financial data rose by 27.6% to reach 28.4m

23% of customers changed financial institutions
due to dissatisfaction after experiencing fraud

NetNames use their technology platforms, expert analysts and extensive knowledge of our business to flag infringements and counterfeits and assist in getting them removed

John Brailey
Global Trade Mark Counsel at Unilever

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