Device Risk Indicators: How They Work & Why They Matter

By 2025, cybercrime is predicted to cost the world $10.5 trillion annually. Despite businesses investing significantly in cybersecurity, cyberattacks remain the top cause for closure for 60% of small companies within six months of operation. 

Many companies prioritise securing their systems from data breaches instead of investing in fraud management solutions. To some companies, coming up with a fraud prevention solution can seem either daunting and expensive, or insignificant and unnecessary. 

But against the backdrop of increasingly sophisticated fraud tools and techniques, not having a robust fraud prevention solution is as good as placing a target on your back. 

If you want to beat fraudsters at their own game, you’ll need to know what tools and techniques they’re using. One way to do this is with device risk indicators.