Articles with tag like: dark web

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A lighter shade of dark – the growing trend of Dark Web activities and services seeping to the surface web

Voice of the Industry | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 15 Jun 2021

Shawn Colpitts, Senior Fraud Investigator at Just Eat Takeaway.com, elaborates on the move fraudsters have made from the Dark Web to more public social media platforms and its implications

dark web, COVID-19, online fraud, ecommerce platform, ecommerce

The ai Corporation launches Dark Web Managed Service

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 07 Jun 2021

UK-based The ai Corporation, an FCA approved expert in payments, fraud, and risk management, has added a Dark Web Managed Service to its suite of enterprise fraud solutions.

 

artificial intelligence, product launch, online fraud, dark web

The ever-expanding Fraud Economy and what that means for ecommerce

Voice of the Industry | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 12 May 2021

Get insights from Jane Lee, Trust and Safety Architect at Sift, on the growing Fraud Economy and its impact on the fintech industry

Sift, fraud management, fintech, ecommerce, fraud prevention, dark web

MobiKwik suffers major data breach

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 01 Apr 2021

India-based mobile payments service MobiKwik has suffered a data breach.

MobiKwik, data breaches, dark web, cybercrime

Popular messaging app is a buffet for bad actors: a new scheme has fraudsters feasting on Telegram forums

Voice of the Industry | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 10 Mar 2021

Sift Trust and Safety Architects discover a brazen fraud scheme on the popular messaging app, Telegram, targeting restaurant and food-delivery services. Brittany Allen has more insights into this scam

Sift, fraud prevention, online fraud, delivery, dark web

Visa, NortonLifeLock reveal new credit card benefit in the US

News | Cards | 15 Feb 2021

Visa has announced the availability of a new benefit for its Visa consumer credit accountholders in the US.

Visa, partnership, credit card, NortonLifeLock, US, accounts, dark web, monitoring, credit monitoring, identity theft, product launch

Constella Intelligence upgrades Hunter platform to investigate threat actors

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 11 Jan 2021

Constella Intelligence has released Hunter, a platform for investigating threat actors and unmasking attackers that helps users attribute identities and identify further intelligence across multiple data sources simultaneously. 

Constella Intelligence, product upgrade, Hunter, digital risk, data, financial institutions, attackers, fraud, dark web

The power of data intelligence in fraud prevention

Voice of the Industry | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 08 Sep 2020

Glenn Cobb, Director, Solution Engineering at Simility, a PayPal Service, explains how data fuels modern businesses and informs every decision a firm makes, from launching new products to improving customer experiences to fighting fraud

Glenn Cobb, Simility, data intelligence, fraud prevention, risk intelligence, threats, dark web, Marketplaces, accounts, account takeover, Network Intelligence, risk score

Over 5.3 million passwords exposed on the dark web in three months

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 14 Aug 2020

UK-based fintech ClearScore has discovered over 5.3 million passwords on the dark web in just three months. 

ClearScore, fintech, UK, United Kingdom, password, dark web, dark web fraud, fraud protection, fraud, data breach, security breach

Cyble discovers UberEats data leak on the dark web

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 10 Aug 2020

Security researchers from Cyble, a threat intelligence company, have discovered user records of the online food ordering and delivery platform UberEats on the dark web.

UberEats, data leak, dark web, bank card details, account creation, login credentials, scammers, fraud

Instacart blames reused passwords for a recent series of data breaches

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 27 Jul 2020

US-based grocery delivery and pick-up service company Instacart has stated that the reused passwords are to blame for a recent series of data breaches. 

Instacart, US, reused passwords, data breaches, dark web, third-parties, two-factor authentication, 2FA, Google

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

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 06 Jul 2020

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

ClearScore launches dark web monitoring service, reveals research on online fraud

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 06 May 2020

ClearScore, a UK-based free credit score and credit marketplace, has launched ClearScore Protect, a dark web monitoring service, alongside research revealing that a third of UK adults have been victims of online fraud.  

ClearScore, fraud prevention, dark web, study, report, online fraud

Over 500,000 Zoom accounts sold on the dark web

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 14 Apr 2020

Security Affairs has reported that over 500,000 Zoom accounts are available for sale on the dark web and hacker forums. 

ZoOm, accounts, dark web, attacks, hacker forums, fraud, seller, cybersecurity, intelligence, credentials, banking

Volusion's online stores scam results in card data surfaced on the dark web

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 16 Mar 2020

Card data stolen in 2019 from Volusion-hosted online stores has surfaced on the dark web, threat intel company specialised in fraud detection Gemini Advisory reported.

cards, data, Volusion, web skimmer, dark web, online stores, fraud detection, malware, CNP, payment card, card data

New account risk assessment: Digital identities are the key

Voice of the Industry | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 05 Feb 2020

Julie Conroy, research director at Aite Group, suggests that the idea that PII is still personal or private is an illusion, and explains why digital identities are the key
Fraud Prevention and Online Authentication Report 2019/2020

Julie Conroy, Aite Group, digital identities, PII, accounts, risk, banking, fraud, identity theft, synthetic identity fraud, data, dark web, behavioural biometrics, ML

Hy-Vee Supermarket breach led to sale of 5 mln card details

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 27 Aug 2019

Sources from the Hy-Vee Supermarket breach story, including one at a major US financial institution, has informed the card data stolen from Hy-Vee is currently being sold.

Hy-Vee Supermarket, data breach, dark web

Varonis researchers discover Monero mining malware

News | Cryptocurrencies | 16 Aug 2019

Cybersecurity company Varonis has discovered ‘Norman’, a new cryptojacking virus that aims to mine the cryptocurrency Monero (XMR) and evade detection.

Monero, mining, malware, Cryptojacking, cryptocurrency, hackers, cybercriminals, fraud, dark web, digital assets, Varonisv

Over one million payment card details from South Korea sold on the dark web

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 02 Aug 2019

More than one million stolen payment card details collected from South Korea have been offered for sale on the Dark Web, over the past two months.

dark web, South Korea, payment card details, cybercrime, POS malware, fraud prevention

Law enforcement agencies and Bitdefender launch new tool to fight ransomware

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 18 Jun 2019

A new decryption tool for the latest version of the most prolific ransomware family GandCrab has been released free of charge on www.nomoreransom.org.

GandCrab, ransomware, BitDefender, Europol, cybersecurity, dark web, fraud prevention