ThreatFabric Recognised by Gartner as a Sample Vendor for Emerging Tech Impact Radar: Security
Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Monday 15th January 2024— ThreatFabric, a leading cyber-fraud solution provider, has been recognised as a Sample Vendor for Cyberfraud Fusion in the Gartner® report Emerging Tech Impact Radar: Security.
Cyberfraud fusion is an emerging trend in online fraud detection and prevention that combines cyber threat intelligence, identity and access management, information security, and fraud operations, tools, tactics, and procedures. ThreatFabric is one of only three Sample Vendors in this domain.
Cyberfraud fusion breaks the silos that have traditionally separated these teams and enables them to work together more effectively and efficiently.
Gartner recommends developing a comprehensive online fraud prevention framework for existing offerings that includes support for cyber threat intelligence and cybersecurity tools, tactics, and procedures to provide a layered defense that can be applied directly to online fraud prevention platform rules and policies.
Han Sahin, CEO of ThreatFabric, says: “We are honoured to be recognized by Gartner. We have always advocated for a holistic approach that combines intelligence and anti-fraud technology. We recently added Behavioural Biometrics to our suite, which is essential for organisations facing scams and adds value to infosec teams.”
Han Sahin adds: “We have witnessed the benefits of collaboration, data sharing, and tool integration. We are proud to be at the forefront of innovation, to safeguard channels, brands, and most importantly, to protect vulnerable end-users from losing their hard-earned money.”
Founded in 2015 and headquartered in Amsterdam, ThreatFabric is a fast-growing fraud company and one of Europe’s thought leaders in online fraud detection and intelligence. ThreatFabric’s Fraud Risk Suite enables safe & frictionless payment journeys by integrating industry-leading threat intelligence, behavioral analytics, advanced device fingerprinting, and 10,000+ adaptive fraud indicators.
Gartner, Emerging Tech Impact Radar: Security, Travis Lee, Nat Smith, et al., 6 October 2023
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