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Yishay Yovel

Program Director, Mobile and Fraud Strategy, IBM

Yishay Yovel directs IBM Security's mobile and fraud strategy. Yishay was previously the Vice President, Marketing for Trusteer, a financial fraud and advanced malware protection company, acquired by IBM in 2013. Yishay has over 20 years of experience in marketing, defining and deploying enterprise IT software solutions in the areas of security, storage, business continuity and mobile computing.

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Can You Trust it? Mobile Authentication Must Become Context- and Risk-Aware

Organizations' mobile authentication methods must take risk levels and context into account in order to determine whether device access is legitimate.

State of BYOD and Mobile Security Report: Latest Insights, Trends and Stats

The Information Security LinkedIn group has just release a new survey of its community on the state of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives.

Not Just About the Money: The Collateral Damage Prevented by Fraud Protection

Fraud protection is not just about protecting the bottom line: Fraud has a devastating impact on the psychology of customers, their experience and the company's efficiency. The impact is bigger when customers have to bear part or all of the losses....

4 Essential Ways to Protect My Mobile Apps

Use of mobile apps continue to rise but are these applications really secure from malicious hackers? Four essentials on how to protect sensitive data.

Beating Criminals at Their Own Game: Use Offense and Defense for Fraud Protection (Part 2)

This is part two of the blog, "Beating Criminals at Their Own Game: Use Offense and Defense for Fraud Protection." Having discussed the "offense" part of fraud protection, we will now review playing strong "defense" to complete a massive barrier to...

Beating Criminals at Their Own Game: Use Offense and Defense for Fraud Protection (Part 1)

Criminals engage organizations that manage customers' assets in a "battle of wits": They exploit technological and human weaknesses to commit financial crimes and fraud, leaving the organization and its customers holding the bag. A holistic approach...