Visa and FireEye Partnership

Detect payment information breaches faster and help prevent fraud

Every transaction that goes through payment cards is a point of entry for cyber attacks. With breaches constantly in the headlines, payment networks must protect consumer data throughout the transaction process. With this partnership, Visa and FireEye will help merchants and issuers quickly detect and respond to attacks against their IT and payment infrastructure.

Visa Threat Intelligence, Powered by FireEye

Visa and FireEye, the leaders in payment security and cyber security intelligence, present a new way for your organization to identify and respond to cyber attacks with the Visa Threat Intelligence portal, powered by FireEye. This powerful solution helps prioritize what threats you should act upon, why you should act and gives you actionable tools to address them.

Video overview of Visa Threat Intelligence. (2:54 min)

The new Visa Threat Intelligence, powered by FireEye, is a security intelligence platform for organizations in the retail and financial industries. Visa Threat Intelligence takes a comprehensive view to cyber security with a 3-step approach:

Anticipate

Anticipate

Anticipate attacks based on a deep understanding of who is attacking you, their past attacks and how they operate.

Act

Act

Take action to prevent and prepare for both known and emerging threats.

Respond

Respond

React and prepare for new and likely threats more quickly, reducing the danger of costly breaches.

Recent Article

Article written on the PAYMNTS website on Visa Threat Intelligence and the importance of curated content.

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Webinars

Replay the Visa and FireEye webinar series here.

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Press Release

Point-of-sale systems and online stores are prime targets for cyber attacks.

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By combining Visa’s unparalleled view into global payments and FireEye’s industry-leading cyber security expertise, we intend to bring faster, actionable intelligence directly to players across the payments system."

- Charlie Scharf, CEO of Visa Inc.