Provides ATO Threat Overview, Best Practices for Detection & Response
April 19, 2019- Washington, DC— The Retail & Hospitality Information Sharing and Analysis Center (RH-ISAC) today announced that its Fraud Committee has released Anatomy of Account Takeover (ATO) report, which provides a holistic overview of the evolving ATO threat and offers best practices for detection and response.
Key topics covered in the report include:
“ATO is an ever-increasing cost threat for retail and hospitality companies worldwide,” said Suzie Squier, president of the RH-ISAC. “As cyber criminals become more sophisticated with their hacking methods, it is important for security teams to be vigilant and up-to-date on how best to thwart attackers. This resource can help organizations effectively adapt their strategies to mitigate anticipated ATO risk.”
The Retail & Hospitality Information Sharing and Analysis Center (RH-ISAC) operates as the trusted community for sharing sector-specific cyber security information and intelligence. The RH-ISAC connects information security teams at the strategic, operational and tactical levels to work together on issues and challenges, to share practices and insights, and to benchmark among each other – all with the goal of building better security for the retail and hospitality industries through collaboration. RH-ISAC currently serves retail, hotels, restaurants, gaming and other consumer-facing entities.