Imagine a piece of malware that is practically impossible to detect and can suck a victim’s bank account dry – because it was installed by the user, and acts like any other legitimate piece of software. That is exactly what a new form of a socially-engineered RAT (Remote Access Tool) attack does – and according to Israeli financial security tech firm BioCatch, the company’s solution is the only one that can detect and prevent these attacks.

Read more in the Times of Israel