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OnRamp Accelerator invests USD 100,000 in Trust Stamp

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 18 May 2020

Trust Stamp, a global provider of AI-powered identity services, has unveiled its acceptance into the OnRamp Insurance Accelerator, the accelerator for insurance innovation. 

Trust Stamp, investment, OnRamp Accelerator, funding, customer experience, security, privacy, protection, authentication, identity, biometrics, fraud, anti-fraud, compliance, regulations, hacks

HSB survey finds increase in phishing schemes

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 28 Apr 2020

A cyber survey by HSB has shown that US small businesses report an increase in suspicious emails over 2019 and employees are taking the bait as they fall for phishing schemes.

HSB, cybersecurity, suspicious business emails, phishing schemes, fraudulent accounts, fraud, cyber thieves, hacks, scams

160,000 Nintendo users impacted in account hack

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

Japanese gaming company Nintendo has confirmed that hackers gained unauthorised access to around 160,000 user accounts since the start of April.

Nintendo, accounts, hacks, Japan, gaming, fraud, payment cards, unauthorised access, passwords, credential stuffing

Mitek brings new liveness detection feature

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 11 Feb 2020

Digital identity verification solutions Mitek has unveiled new innovation in its Liveness Detection feature.

Mitek, identity verification, liveness detection, facial recognition, security, fraud, deepfakes, hacks, omnichannel

ID.me offers identity verification solution for CCPA compliance

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 06 Dec 2019

ID.me has unveiled an identity proofing and authentication solution for businesses that need to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

ID.me, security, identity verification, California Consumer Protection Act, CCPA, compliance, Identity spoofing, risks, data breaches, hacks, identity proofing

North Korea denies it hacked USD 2 bln worth of fiat and cryptocurrencies

News | Cryptocurrencies | 03 Sep 2019

North Korea has denied a recent U.N. report suggesting it was behind major hacks of banks and cryptocurrency exchanges that reaped around USD 2 billion.

North Korea, hacks, Fiat, cryptocurrency, banks, exchanges, AML, fraud, financial institutions, mining

CoinGecko, AMLT network team up to combat fraud

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 19 Aug 2019

Crypto market aggregator CoinGecko has joined the network of blockchain analytics and AML company Coinfirm.

CoinGecko, partnership, AMLT, network, fraud, scams, hacks, Token, cryptocurrency, KYC, AML, exchange, ransomware, fraudulent activities, blockchain

BitMEX reports increase in attacks on accounts

News | Cryptocurrencies | 12 Jun 2019

Hong Kong-based P2P cryptocurrency exchange BitMEX has reported in an official blog post an influx of attacks on user account credentials.

BitMEX, attacks, accounts, security measures, Hong Kong, P2P, cryptocurrency, exchange, account credentials, two factor authentication, 2FA, verification, authentication, Token, fraud, passwords, hacks, malware, withdrawal, digital assets

GitHub accounts hacked, ransomware demanded

News | Cryptocurrencies | 09 May 2019

GitHub accounts have been hacked, with the code repositories inside them being erased, while a ransom demanded off the account holders to be paid in Bitcoin.

ransomware, attack, Target, GitHub, accounts, code repositories, fraud, scams, authentication, Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, hacks, account holder, payments

Airbnb users complain of hacked accounts

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 06 May 2019

Airbnb users have complained that their accounts had been hacked, finding some holidays unknowingly booked in their name, which cost thousands of pounds.

Airbnb, accounts, hacks, fraud, booking cancellations, trusted customers, fraudsters, security, password, trust

iSign International, SoftPoint launch digital wallet qkerPAY

News | Cryptocurrencies | 11 Mar 2019

Cybersecurity solutions provider iSign International and provider of cloud-based technology solutions SoftPoint have launched qkerPAY, an unhackable digital wallet.

iSign International, SoftPoint, partnership, digital payments, launch, qkerPAY, security, digital wallet, US, cybersecurity, hacks, Token, QR, authentication, blockchain, patent, ecommerce, banks, ATMs, retailers

BitGo offers USD 100 mln insurance cover for custodial solutions

News | Cryptocurrencies | 20 Feb 2019

Crypto custody specialist BitGo has offered for free USD 100 million of insurance cover for digits assets it holds for clients, via its custodial solutions.

BitGo, insurance, custodial solutions, digital assets, wallets, private key, hacks, theft, cryptocurrency

Spatium, CardLab team up for hardware wallet and biometric tech

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 22 Jan 2019

Spatium and CardLab have partnered to create cryptocurrency hardware wallets featuring biometrics by Fingerprint Cards, meant for secure and private authorisation.

Spatium, CardLab, partnership, hardware wallet, biometrics, credit card, Denmark, authorisation, NFC, security, hacks, fingerprint

Japanese yen surpasses US dollar in Bitcoin-to-fiat transactions

News | Cryptocurrencies | 27 Dec 2018

The Japanese yen has surpassed the US dollar in terms of becoming the most traded national currency in the Bitcoin-to-fiat market.

Japan, Bitcoin, fiat money, transactions , cryptocurrency, exchanges, security, hacks

South Korean Bitcoin exchange shuts down after second hack attack

News | Cryptocurrencies | 20 Dec 2017

Youbit, a crypto-currency exchange in South Korea, is shutting down after it was hacked for the second time in less than eight months, according to BBC.

Youbit, cryptocurrency exchange, cryptocurrency, South Korea, Bitcoin, crypto trading, hacks, online security

Strict cybersecurity rules to be imposed in Hong Kong

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 24 Apr 2017

Hong Kong’s securities regulator has announced plans to toughen information security rules after a series of hacks at the city’s brokers.

hacks, cybersecurity, fraud prevention, Honk Kong, Asia, laws, regulation, information security