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October 11, 2006 08:00 ET

The 41st Parameter to Speak on Online Fraud Prevention at American Banker's 12th Annual Financial Services Technology Forum

SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 11, 2006 --


Elazar Katz, vice president of professional services, e-banking

The 41st Parameter


As the automation and speed of online fraud scams escalate, risk managers are under increased pressure to not only keep pace, but to stay ahead of the criminals. Lack of visibility into online activity, inefficient research procedures and lack of meaningful audit trails add more complexity to their risk assessment efforts, making it even more difficult to identify and deter large-scale attacks. In the session, "Online Blind Spots: What You Don't Know May Already Be Hurting You," Elazar Katz will discuss the innovative solutions that banks around the world are implementing to gain valuable insight into the online channel and stay at the cutting edge of fraud prevention.


Monday, Oct. 16
2:55 p.m. PDT
American Banker's 12th Annual Financial Services Technology Forum:
Online Security and Customer Service
Ritz-Carlton, Huntington Hotel and Spa
Pasadena, Calif.
About The 41st Parameter

As the pioneer of agent-less, covert fraud detection and prevention for the online channel, The 41st Parameter offers highly accurate, non-intrusive fraud control solutions for eCommerce, eBanking and other online businesses. By continuously collecting new and unique parameters from end-user computers during online account access, the Company's patent-pending technologies enable forensic identification of PCs and online devices to monitor suspicious or fraudulent account activity while protecting sensitive customer data. To find out how the Company is making fraud history, visit

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