Technological Fraud

Every company is vulnerable to cases of online technological fraud.
These attacks are often targeted at businesses engaged in business to consumer (B2C) activities. Online stores, betting platforms, pay-per-view services, and any other businesses utilizing online payment methods are susceptible to technological fraud.

Fight Against Fraud

Online Betting Houses

Combatting fraud includes tackling Sure Betting, match-fixing, multiple accounts, bonus abuse, Gnoming, Chip Dumping, and fraudulent payment methods.


Reselling services detection, content distribution blocking, technical support in legal processes.

Identity Theft

Corporate brand identity theft, Conducting fraudulent giveaways, coupons, discounts, etc.

Payment Methods

Use of stolen or fraudulently obtained payment methods: Blacklists.

Intellectual and Industrial Property

Detection of distribution and commercialization of copyright-protected products. Brand surveillance.

Account Takeover

Tracking illegitimate login attempts for signs of fraudulent authorization.


Detecting fraudulent activities carried out by bots and blocking their methodologies.

Fraudulent Accounts

Detection of multiple accounts by the same actor. Low-reputation devices.

User Profiling

Profiling the legitimacy of each user and device. Session Analysis, VPN and TOR detection, etc.

DarkData Fraud Prevention

Implementing active software-based fraud prevention methods, based on Artificial Intelligence and behavior.
Combined holistic solution serving cyber intelligence, with the implementation of specialized software. Enhanced transactional and session analysis with threat intelligence from multiple sources.