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How behavioral biometrics can stop social engineering and malware scams dead in their tracks

Woman browsing on her mobile phoneSuppose you get a frantic call from your aunt, Rose. She tells you that she’s been contacted by IRS collection officers and she owes them money. While on the phone with her, the “IRS” coached Aunt Rose on how to pay, which included prompting her to log in to her bank account and wire them money, which she did. Aunt Rose has just been scammed — or more accurately, coached. Also called coercion or social engineering with user interaction, coaching

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