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State of Digital Impersonation Fraud Resilience

With fake-site phishing scams reaching warp speed, how ‘ready’
are businesses for keeping pace, to protect revenue and customers?
We surveyed 200 C-level executives to find out.

State of Digital Impersonation 
Fraud Resilience

Why get the report?

Uncover the pain points your industry peers struggle with

Discover ‘must-have’ capabilities your current solution could be lacking

Find out how much businesses
are spending on the wrong solutions


Most businesses rely on 
customers as ‘threat intel’

and customers aren’t happy

2/3 of businesses discover
fake-site phishing scams from
victim incident reports

Just 2% reimburse customers who suffer financial losses from fake-site scams

Despite a global avalanche of regulation making reimbursements mandatory

40% of customers who fall victim to fake-site scams stop doing business

With the company whose website was being impersonated

We couldn’t  believe it either

72% of businesses surveyed use a
website impersonation protection solution.
But only 6% say it’s solving the problem.

Try real-time digital impersonation protection
that actually annihilates the problem


We commissioned a survey of 200 full-time executives from Director to C-level in Security, Fraud, Digital, Web and Online. We specifically screened for companies who have online traffic of more than 10k monthly visits on a transactional site, containing either a login page or a checkout page.





Site traffic

Site traffic


with practical advice on closing digital impersonation risk gaps

  • Find out which ‘must-have’ capabilities your current solution could be lacking
  • Discover if you’re making the right savings on ATO incident handling costs annually
  • Learn to better-evaluate your digital impersonation solution security investment

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