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Behind the doors at RSA's anti-fraud centre
At RSA's Anti-Fraud Command Centre (AFCC) in Herzelia, Israel, more than 100 staff work to detect, dissect and block phishing sites and Trojan attacks 24 hours per day.
From the AFCC, the security firm sifts through more than 10 million emails every day, as well as domain names and fraudster chat rooms, searching for threats to its customers, which include a selection of Britain's high street banks.
The centre also gathers information on threats from Trojans using honeypots: unprotected machines that automatically trawl the web gathering malware infections for study.
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