ESET teams up with Internet Fraud Alert to fight against online fraud

Thursday 4 August 2011 13:38 CET | News

Slovakia-based IT security company ESET has entered a partnership with Internet Fraud Alert (IFA), a collaborative project aimed at protecting consumers against online fraud, in a bid to combat cybercrime.

As part of the agreement, ESET will report stolen credentials to IFA, creating an early warning system set to manage damage done by cybercriminals. Via the warning mechanism, IFA allows ESET to take the appropriate measures to alert and protect its customers.

Internet Fraud Alert brings together retailers, financial institutions, service providers, technology companies, academic researchers, consumer advocates and government agencies. ESET has joined Microsoft, American Bankers Association, Citizens Bank, PayPal, eBay, McAfee, Internet Identity, Phishlabs and VeriSign in supporting Internet Fraud Alert.

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Keywords: ESET, Internet Fraud Alert, online fraud
Categories: Securing Transactions | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud
Securing Transactions | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud
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