October 08, 2011 00:01 ET

IronKey Presents Next Generation Multi-Layer Fraud Prevention at Stand D1-15, GITEX 2011

Trusted Access Platform Dramatically Reduces the Risk of Online Banking Fraud

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES--(Marketwire - Oct 8, 2011) - IronKey, the leader in securing data and online access, announced it will be showcasing its next generation of online banking security at this year's GITEX Technology Week.

"Online banking fraud isn't restricted by borders, and the organised cyber-gangs that have been successfully stealing large sums from the Western banks are now turning their attention to banks and their clients in the Middle East," commented Jeremy Freeman, director financial services MENA at IronKey. Crucially GITEX offers us the opportunity to speak with banks across the region to explain why anti-virus and strong authentication software has all proven ineffective in stopping online banking fraud, and discuss the steps they need to take to protect themselves and their customers."

The IronKey Trusted Access Platform changes the focus from single-point security controls to an integrated, multi-layer approach that strengthens online security for banks and their customers. (Video: Introducing IronKey's Multi-Layer, Integrated Online Banking Security Platform)

If you're interested in a demo of IronKey's Trusted Access Platform please contact Jeremy Freeman or you can find IronKey in Hall 1, D1-15 from 9-13 October.

About IronKey
Ranked as the 14th best venture-funded company in The Wall Street Journal's "Next Big Thing 2011" survey, IronKey secures data and online access with software and hardware solutions managed through cloud-based services. IronKey's award-winning Trusted Access Platform helps financial institutions reduce the risk of online fraud, achieve compliance with banking regulations, and acquire new customers with a competitive advantage. Starting with secure browsing that keeps customer safe from crimeware attacks on their PCs, banks can add multiple layers of security to meet the needs of client risk and value. Visit for more information.

"Protecting Online Banking Customers from Evolving Cyber Crime Threats" -- webcast explains the latest bank phishing attacks, the ZeuS Trojan and SpyEye, and why anti-virus software, firewalls and other conventional safeguards are not able to stop these attacks.

"Trusted Access Guided Demonstration" -- product demonstration and example attacks.
To stay current with the latest news and perspectives on bank phishing, ZeuS Trojan and Spyeye, also visit Dave Jevans' blog, 'Privacy and Identity Theft.'

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