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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

Carrefour's loyalty programme integrated with Apple Pay

News | Ecommerce | 15 Jul 2020

Supermarket company Carrefour has become the first retailer in Europe to integrate its customer loyalty programme with Apple Pay.

Carrefour, integration, loyalty card, Apple Pay, France, loyalty programme, checkouts, password, Face ID, Touch ID, ecommerce

iProov unveils cybersecurity report and provides bkynd with its biometric authentication services

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 04 Jun 2020

A new research published by iProov has found that nearly one in six people in the UK have attempted to defeat facial recognition systems with spoofs. 

iProov, cybersecurity, bkynd, biometrics, authentication, UK, US, facial recognition, spoofs, cybersecurity, attacks, identity, risks, password, accounts, startup, COVID-19, coronavirus, pandemic

Simplii Financial, SecureKey team up for government services

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 22 May 2020

SecureKey Technologies has announced an agreement enabling Simplii Financial, the direct banking brand of CIBC, to become a Trusted Sign-In Partner with SecureKey Concierge. 

Simplii Financial, SecureKey Concierge, government, banking, identity, authentication, password, personal information, safety, identity theft, privacy

Atos reveals IAM solution

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 17 Apr 2020

Atos has unveiled a new identity and access management (IAM) solution for the enterprise, Find Biometrics reports. 

Atos, biometrics, Identity-as-a-Service, identity, IAM, access management, subscription, pricing model, FIDO2 standards, PSD2, GDPR, regulations, authentication, digital identities, password

Daon provides free remote access control during the coronavirus

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 31 Mar 2020

Daon has announced it is helping remote workers to stay connected in a truly secure and frictionless way, by offering its solution.

Daon, remote workforce, access control, COVID-19, pandemic, coronavirus, authentication, identity, biometrics, KBA, MFA, cyberthreats, phishing, scams, bad actors, fraud, password, VPN

The FIDO Alliance welcomes PrivyID as the first Indonesian member

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 30 Mar 2020

Indonesia-based legally-binding digital signature and trusted digital identity solution provider PrivyID has officially become a member of the FIDO Alliance

PrivyID, Indonesia, FIDO Alliance, KYC, AML, authentication, password, identity verification, biometrics

NatWest begins biometric credit card trial

News | Cards | 19 Nov 2019

NatWest has announced it is piloting cutting-edge, biometric fingerprint tech with 150 customers, in partnership with Mastercard and Gemalto.

NatWest, UK, bank, biometrics, credit card, fingerprints, debit cards, ATMs, PIN, password, terminals, merchants

ANZ customers targeted with email fraud

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 29 May 2019

The Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) has warned people to be careful after a fraudulent phishing scam targeted Australian customers via email inboxes.

ANZ, phishing, email fraud, online banking, mobile banking, username, password, identity questions, fraud prevention, online security, New Zealand

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

Amadeus booking system flaw discovered by security expert

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 17 Jan 2019

Hacker and activist Noam Rotem has discovered a booking system flaw for Amadeus, a company that has 44% of the international carriers’ market, according to SC Magazine.

vulnerability, fraud prevention, cybersecurity, Amadeus, booking, password, encryption

CIMB Bank adds security feature to its CIMB Clicks

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 19 Dec 2018

CIMB Bank has introduced reCAPTCHA, facilitating the security of its online banking portal, CIMB Clicks, and safeguarding customers from potential security threats.

CIMB Bank, security, bank, password, online banking, threats, fraud

Bithumb launches voting platform for cryptocurrencies

News | Cryptocurrencies | 11 Dec 2018

South Korea-based crypto exchange Bithumb has launched a public voting platform, aiming to screen tokens vying to list on the cryptocurrency exchange.

Bithumb, cryptocurrencies, exchange, South Korea, fraud, password, identity theft, listing

Singapore purchases eGov app with biometrics

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 23 Oct 2018

Singapore has purchased the Singpass app, allowing citizens to log into eGovernment services with biometric authentication.

Singapore, biometrics, mobile app, fingerprint, facial scanning, password

Identity Check solution to verify online card payments

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 14 Sep 2018

Mastercard has proposed Identity Check solutions for banks to verify identities online.

Identity Check, biometrics, password, MasterCard, authentication, Ireland

Visa reports Kiwis preference for biometrics payments over passwords

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 15 May 2018

Nearly nine in 10 consumers (88%) in New Zealand and South Pacific want to use biometrics to authenticate their payments, according to new research by Visa.

Visa, report biometric payments, PIN, password, tokenisation, 3D Secure, mPOS, mobile payments, online security

BadRabbit attack affects some Russian financial organizations

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 26 Oct 2017

Some Russian financial institutions have suffered cyberattacks by a malware called BadRabbit, a strain of ransomware with similarities to NotPetya, but have not been compromised.

Russian Central Bank, NotPetya, BadRabbit, banks, ransomware, malware, password, Adobe Flash, Russia