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Pacific Continental Bank selects Guardian to protect online banking from fraud

BBR Staff Writer Published 05 October 2010

Pacific Continental Bank has deployed Guardian Analytics' FraudMAP Version 4 to protect its online banking channel from fraud.

According to Guardian Analytics, the FraudMAP has can catch sophisticated fraud schemes targeted at small and medium-sized businesses that cannot be stopped with rules-based approaches or authentication.

The behavioral analytics anti-fraud solution provides proactive fraud prevention through accurate detection, actionable analysis and visibility into suspicious online activity.

Guardian Analytics' proprietary Dynamic Account Modeling technology models all individual online account holder activity session by session to detect suspicious actions and flag behaviors inconsistent with predicted account holder behavior.

Pacific Continental Bank eCommerce manager Mellani Ocampo said that the Guardian Analytics' advanced behavioral modeling was exactly what the bank was looking for to handle the unexpected nature of attacks like Man-in-the Browser and money mule schemes.

“We were also impressed with Guardian's new SaaS delivery model which makes the solution quick and easy to deploy so we can begin taking advantage of it nearly immediately," Ocampo said.