Articles with tag: cybercriminals

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Account takeover becomes weapon of choice for fraudsters leading up to holiday shopping season

01 Oct 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Sift has released its Q3 2020 Digital Trust & Safety Index, which examines how cybercriminals have been using ATO fraud to steal from consumers and ecommerce merchants.

Sift, research, Q3 2020 Digital Trust & Safety Index, cybercriminals, account takeover, ATO, fraud, ecommerce, merchants, US, COVID-19, fraudsters, payment information, rewards points, multi-factor authentication, MFA, hack, credential stuffing, chargeback

Fraudsters turn to Telegram app to steal payment card data

03 Sep 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Malwarebytes has revealed that some fraudsters are using the encrypted instant messaging app Telegram to steal payment card data from ecommerce sites.

Malwarebytes, fraudsters, Telegram, payment card data, ecommerce, Base64, bots, cybercriminals, malware, AffableKraut, skimming attacks, encryption

Trulioo recommends payment apps to improve security against COVID-19 fraud

24 Jul 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Trulioo has released an Anti-Money Laundering and Know Your Customer (KYC) report that tracks fraudulent activity during the pandemic.

Trulioo, Anti-Money Laundering, AML, Know Your Customer, KYC, report, fraudulent activity, COVID-19, cybercriminals, payment apps, online transactions, biometrics, account takeover, Westpac Banking Corporation, customer onboarding

Cosmic Lynx responsible for more than 200 BEC attacks against corporations

08 Jul 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Cosmic Lynx, a new group believed to be from the Russian cybercriminal space, has been responsible for more than 200 BEC attacks since July 2019, according to Agari researchers.

Cosmic Lynx, Russia, BEC, cybercrime, cybercriminals, business email compromise, return on investment, social engineering attacks, BEC attacks, FBI IC3 report, Fortune 500, Global 2000

PayPal account details sold on the dark web for USD 200, Privacy Affairs research reveals

06 Jul 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Cybersecurity research company Privacy Affairs has discovered that cybercriminals sell account details on the dark web  for about USD 200.

Cybersecurity, Privacy Affairs, PayPal, account details, PayPal accounts, credit card details, cybercriminals, dark web

SEON exposes the cybercrime problem the UK is currently facing

30 Jun 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

SEON has announced insight into the scale of the cybercrime problem UK SMEs face, estimating that there may be 6,500 preventable cybercrimes committed against UK SMEs every day. 

fraud fight, SEON, cybercrime, UK, US, SME, cybercriminals, fraud, hackers, ATO, phishing, merchants, data breaches, bot attacks, ID theft, synthetic ID fraud, PSD2, Open Banking, APAC

SEON's fraud prevention tool helps during the COVID period

17 Jun 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

SEON has revealed it is helping to speed up integration times associated with fraud prevention tools with a new solution in the market.

SEON, fraud prevention, COVID-19, pandemic, coronavirus, cybercriminals, startup, fraud, Hungary, fraud managers, inclusion, API, risk

Breach Clarity reveals data breaches with great risk of COVID-19 scams

02 Jun 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Amid predictions that the pandemic will generate a wave of financial and identity crime, Breach Clarity has released an analysis of recent data breaches, which identifies risks for COVID-19 scams. 

data breaches, risk, COVID-19, scams, financial crime, identity crime, Breach Clarity, risk rating, credentials, security, personal data, credit card, debit card, phishing, cybercriminals, payment fraud

buguroo unveils new centre for prevention against COVID-related fraud messages

11 May 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Online fraud prevention specialist buguroo has launched its new COVID-19 Online Banking Fraud Resources Centre.

buguroo, launch, COVID-19, Online Banking, fraud, coronavirus, scams, online fraud, banks, accounts, cybercriminals

Open source blogging platform Ghost affected by crypto mining malware

04 May 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

Ghost, an open source blogging platform, has had its servers compromised by crypto miners as part of an extensive ransomware campaign.

Ghost, open source platform, blog, crypto mining malware, ransomware, Salt software, cybercriminals, cryptojacking, cryptocurrency, Monero

Sift reveals ecommerce fraud tracker

27 Apr 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Sift has announced the release of its COVID-19 and E-Commerce Fraud Tracker, a weekly updating digest of changes in ecommerce and fraud amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Sift, launch, COVID-19, coronavirus, ecommerce, fraud, trust, safety, cybercriminals, pandemic, shopping behaviour, payment fraud, losses, groceries online, physical ecommerce

swIDch uses dynamic PANs to overcome numberless cards limitations

15 Apr 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

UK-based cybersecurity startup swIDch has announced the use of PANs (primary account number) to overcome numberless cards limitations and to create a new security environment in the payment process.

swIDch, UK, PAN, numberless cards, BIN, API, cypersecurity, cybercriminals, payment card, online payment

Social distancing changes shopping behaviours, TransUnion research finds

25 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

TransUnion has released new research that quantifies the spike in digital commerce since social distancing became widespread globally. 

TransUnion, social distancing, shopping, ecommerce, transactions, digital fraud, abuse, cybercriminals, loyalty points, risk, consumer behaviour, mobile payments

Scammers see opportunity with coronavirus, stealing USD 1.1 mln from victims

16 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Fast-moving fraudsters have exploited the coronavirus to scam more than USD 1 million from victims who were fearful about the growing pandemic.

coronavirus, scammers, victims, malware, payments, Interpol, bank accounts, fraudulent cash, fraud, cybercriminals

Large European financial infrastructures join forces against cyber threats

02 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Large financial infrastructures in Europe have teamed up to share information to protect themselves against cyber risks.

financial infrastructures, Europe, cyber threats, cyber risks, cybercriminals, CIISI

A zero-tolerance approach to downstream fraud from 2019 data breaches

28 Feb 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Kevin Gosschalk, Arkose Labs, believes that 'if there is one thing we can attribute to the hackers of 2019, it is the end of any pretense that personal information is secure online'

Kevin Gosschalk, Arkose Labs, bots attacks, digital commerce, fraudsters, transactions, account takeover, spoofing, credential theft, cybercrime, financial incentive, cybercriminals, authentication, identity verification

Interview with Jordan Blake on the potential of behavioural biometrics

17 Jan 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Fraud Prevention and Online Authentication Report 2019/2020

The Paypers interviewed Jordan Blake, BehavioSec VP of Products, on the potential of behavioural biometrics and how to best use this deep authentication technology

Jordan Blake, BehavioSec, behavioural biometrics, bots, malware, accounts, fraud, attacks, cybercriminals, authentication, PSD2, SCA, passwords, online payments, PII, fraud detection

Interview with G+D Mobile Security on the value of tokenization in securing transactions in a world of digital transformation

10 Dec 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Gabrielle Bugat of G+D Mobile Security highlights the value of tokenization in securing transactions in a world of digital transformation

tokenization, mobile payments, IoT, ecommerce, cybercriminals, securing transactions, Gabrielle Bugat, G D Mobile Security,

REA Group fights content scraping attacks and credential stuffing with automation

02 Dec 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

You need to fight automation with automation’, Craig Templeton, CISO & GM Group Technology Platforms at REA

REA Group, credential stuffing, automation, content scraping attacks, cybersecurity, cybercriminals, malicious web traffic, ecommerce, AI, bots

Cybercriminals reactivate Netflix accounts without users' permission

29 Nov 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Former Netflix customers who cancelled their subscription have had their accounts reactivated without their consent by cybercriminals.

Netflix, subscription, fraud prevention, cybercrime, cybersec, cybercriminals, UK