Credential stuffing has become a stalwart of the fraudster's cyber arsenal, with these attacks showing no signs of slowing over the past year. In fact, it may be about to get worse.
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Over the last few years airline loyalty programs have started to offer more options to monetize air miles balances built up by their customers. This has not gone unnoticed by fraudsters. It takes a certain kind of person to knowingly book a flight with stolen air miles and then actually turn up to the airport … Continued
The need for businesses and customers to collaborate to combat cybercrime will be key as fraudsters are becoming increasingly networked.
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Account takeovers (ATOs) are on the rise as cyberthieves continue to advance their approaches to eCommerce fraud through the use of automated bots.
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How do C-suite executives in the Asia-Pacific region protect their businesses and ensure international sanctions aren’t being violated?
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The financial services industry saw mobile account login attacks surge 107% in the second half of 2018, according to data captured in our latest cybercrime study.
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The digital economy is alive and well in Latin America. But it's also increasingly a target—especially when it comes to online and mobile cyberattacks against banking, eCommerce, and media.
Digital identity will be key for APAC as the region is both a target and an originator of increasingly aggressive cyberattacks worldwide.
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Our latest report on global cyberattack trends finds that retail eCommerce fraud hit an inflection point during the second half of 2018.
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As defenses against card-not-present have hardened, fraudsters have begun shifting their focus to account takeover (ATO) and new account fraud.
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Online lenders face mounting challenges from competition, cybercrime, customer expectations, regulatory compliance and more. But is digital identity the answer?
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For merchants in the EU and beyond, change is in the air—mastery of cross-border eCommerce is crucial to driving growth. But did your online fraud prevention tools get the memo?
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Our new report on cyberattack patterns in the second half of 2018 suggests online businesses will face a rapidly-evolving threat landscape in the year ahead.
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Changing adoption patterns for digital assistants have banks launching more voice services. But are they also opening themselves up to more fraud?
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Our latest cybercrime report finds that online content streaming, social media platforms and other online media offerings are growing increasingly popular worldwide—especially among cybercriminals.
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Discover the top cybercrime trends affecting financial institutions in the EMEA region, based on data from the latest Cybercrime Report.
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Changing adoption patterns for digital assistants have banks launching more voice services. But are they also opening themselves up to more fraud?
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If the digital economy has a real-world home, there's a good chance it's Singapore, the setting of our recent APAC Digital Identity Summit.
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Changing adoption patterns for digital assistants have banks launching more voice services. But are they also opening themselves up to more fraud? The post Do ‘Deepfakes‘ Mean Real Trouble for Voice Banking? appeared first on LexisNexis® Risk Solutions | ThreatMetrix®.
Cybersecurity should no longer be viewed as just a cost center. It may be the most important differentiator for eCommerce success in the year ahead. The post 3 Rules for eCommerce Success in 2019 appeared first on LexisNexis® Risk Solutions | ThreatMetrix®.
As mobile, AI and cross-border transactions increase in 2019 so will the rate of online payment fraud. Discover our top predictions for the year ahead. The post Online Payment Fraud Trends: 8 Predictions for 2019 appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
The rise in Authorised Pushed Payments (APP) banking fraud attacks is having a massive impact, but there are preventative measures banks can take. The post Banking Fraud: Customers are Now the Most Targeted Fraud Vulnerability appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
A total of £145m of that was lost through what is known as Authorised Push Payment (APP) scams, but is Confirmation of Payee the silver bullet? The post Confirmation of Payee: The Solution for Authorised Push Payment Fraud? appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
The September deadline to implement Strong Customer Authentication seems to be on track for mobile but what about desktop banking? The post PSD2: The Importance of Implementing SCA for Mobile and Desktop Banking appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Threat modeling asks the defender to go beyond normal system design by considering the flow of a system from an attacker‘s perspective. The post Better Cyberfraud Defense Through Threat Modeling appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Digital identity intelligence is becoming more critical in the gaming landscape as about half of the British population are active gamblers. The post Detecting Problem Gamblers Using Digital Identity Intelligence appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
These eCommerce trends highlight the risks and opportunities for digital businesses in the age of mobile shopping, instant gratification and cybercriminals. The post 3 Top eCommerce Trends for 2019 and Why Digital Identity is Key to Them All appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Google Maps is a trusted, go-to app used by millions of consumers every day. But is it also becoming a dangerous new front in the battle against online banking fraud? The post Google Maps Scams Expand Threat Landscape for Financial Institutions appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Simultaneously a target, source, and channel for cyberattacks, telcos face serious challenges in 2019?and trends in other industries may be the key to spotting them. The post Telco Fraud: Why this Industry is Unique in the Cybercrime Landscape appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
When it comes to the fight against cybercrime, 2019 won't be a walk in the park. Understand what 2019 has in store with these trends in digital identity. The post Trends in Digital Identity: 15 Predictions for 2019 appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
2019 promises big rewards for businesses that can strike the right balance between CX and cybersecurity‘and dangerous new threats for those falling short. The post CX and Cybersecurity: Don‘t Treat Your Customers Like Criminals appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
The mobile channel made larger than expected gains during the holiday shopping season? however, the associated security concerns could spell trouble ahead for businesses in retail, payments, and financial services in the year ahead. The post 4 Mobile Fraud Trends to Look Out for in 2019 appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
A spike in large data breaches in recent months is fueling a credential stuffing epidemic around the world, as cybercriminals use login credentials from one business to hijack customer accounts at another. The post Credential Stuffing: Big Breaches Have Bot Attacks Ramping Up Fast appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
"The customer comes first" started out as the secret to success in business. Now it's the secret to 21st century cybersecurity, too. The post Protecting the Customer, Not the Money appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Cybercriminals are growing more networked in their efforts. Businesses can counteract this by utilizing the power of global shared intelligence. The post Cybercriminal Networks: As Bad Guys Band Together, Shouldn‘t Businesses? appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Financial institutions are increasingly collaborating with one another to set up proactive initiatives that map out the complex networks of money mule accounts that facilitate global cybercrime. The post Hunting for Money Mules: Stop the Mules, Stop the Digital Banking Fraud appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
The lowdown on the top four takeaways from analysis of transaction and fraud patterns during the week of Black Friday. The post Top 4 Takeaways from the 2018 Black Friday Week Shopping Spree appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
The accelerating move into digital channels to meet customer demands, the boom in mobile adoption worldwide and the need to fend off new and incumbent competitors, all make digitalization a strategic imperative. The post Digitalization‘s Double-Edged Sword: Telcos Face More Fraud in 2019 appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Organizations possessing digital fortunes must look for data sharing on fraud so that fraudsters do not capitalize on their lack of knowledge. The post Data Sharing for Fraud Detection: How Do We Get Ahead of the Fraudsters? appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
The proliferation of high-profile cybercrime suggests holiday travel might be hard on the industry this season‘and for travelers in the year ahead. The post Holiday Blues: Cybercrime Rocks Travel Industry in Run-Up to Key Season appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
As the Black Friday and Cyber Monday phenomenon sweeps across the globe, fraud and identity management teams will feel the pressure. The post Top 3 Fraud Trends Retailers Can Expect this Holiday Shopping Season appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Organizations need multiple layers of defense to gain a resolute view of each user and disrupt cyberattacks, before they cause irreparable damage. The post Winning the ‘Identity War‘: The Next-Gen Platform for Predictive Fraud & ID Management appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
It may be time to start thinking of digital identity as far more than just a powerful approach to authentication and verification aimed at preventing fraud. The post Rewarding Customers Based on Digital Identity Trust appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Discover the 3 ways to prevent online fraud and boost digital business, while creating a smooth user experience during the 10th annual Singles Day on 11/11. The post Online Fraud: 3 Ways to Boost Business Securely During 10th Annual Singles Day appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Embracing a shared data approach to fraud prevention is vital, as you have a much more complete picture of what constitutes normal versus suspicious behavior. The post The Four Key Principles of Data Sharing for Fraud Prevention appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Attack rates in LATAM in general are significantly elevated compared to the rest of the world, and continue to rise as stolen identity data circulates. The post Latin American Cybercrime Trends: Attacks Increase 20% Year on Year appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
The latest ANZ Cybercrime Report saw a huge spike in cyberattacks on the financial services industry throughout the Australia & New Zealand region. The post Australia & New Zealand: Cyberattacks Against Financial Services Spike 138% appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Having an anomaly detection system is useful for customers, who can then set up alerts on key metrics such as potential bot rates and review/reject rates. The post Anomaly Detection as a Service: Time Series Analysis Platform based on Machine Learning appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
It‘s the bane of businesses and governments around the globe‘the growing threat from malicious actors that are laser-focused on exploiting an endless sea of stolen identity data to their own nefarious ends. On the one hand, you have the promise of the Internet. The immense productivity boosts it delivers to businesses and government agencies. The … Continued The post A New Paradigm for Fraud & Identity Management appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Discover the fintech trends, which threaten to put the importance of accurately assessing identity and fraud risk in conflict with rising customer expectations for fast, frictionless digital services. The post 3 Top Fintech Trends – And Why Digital Identity is a Must for Them All appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
A recent incident has compromised as many as 1.5 million personal health files, and has been described as the most serious such breach of personal data in Singapore‘s history. The post The Post-Data Breach Era in Asia-Pacific: Why a Bad Situation is About to Get Worse appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Identity is undergoing a seismic shift as the business world grows more digital and mobile. Businesses must continuously innovate identity proofing methods. The post Identity: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
As mobile continues its upward trajectory in gaming and gambling, fraudsters are increasingly viewing mobile transactions as an opportunity to monetize stolen credentials. The post Securing the Winning Hand Against Fraudsters in Gaming and Gambling appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Russia could easily serve as a microcosm for the greater cybercrime landscape, as interesting trends emerged in the region during FIFA World Cup. The post Q2 2018: A Cybercriminal ‘World Cup‘ appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Discover how supervised machine learning can use historical fraud tags to deliver powerful fraud prevention results in real time. The post Smart Learning as a Service: Automated and Lite Machine Learning Process appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Organizations that are approved for virtual banking licenses will be competing in a mobile-centric market with increasing cyber attack rates. The post Firms Apply for Virtual Banking Licenses: The Real Competition? Cybercrime appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
The future lies in merging digital and physical identity intelligence for the most accurate way to differentiate between customers and fraudsters. The post Merging Online & Offline Identity Intelligence to Reduce Customer Friction appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Identity spoofing is quickly being joined by another key attack vector hitting the gaming and gambling industry: location spoofing. The post World of Hurt: The High Stakes Game of Location Spoofing appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Frank Teruel, SVP/GM of ThreatMetrix, reflects on the thought-provoking topics from the Digital Identity Summit 2018 and discusses the future of identity. The post The Future of Identity and Its Power to Predict appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
A 24% spike in mobile fraud attack rates globally is sparking concern as mobile transaction rates continue to rise at a higher than expected rate. The post Fast Meets Furious: Fraud Jumps 24% as Cybercriminals Target the Mobile Revolution appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
As we prepare for the Digital Identity Summit, which we are hosting next week in Los Angeles, we take stock of the scale of the issues facing businesses today, that can be solved by finding a better way to establish identity online. The post The Future of 360 Degree Identity Insights appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
All of us love our smart devices, however these helpful gadgets make us more vulnerable than ever to malicious applications and mobile attacks. The post Top Tips for Mobile Users to Avoid Malicious Applications and Attacks appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Account takeover (ATOs) attacks against mobile telcos are rising sharply as cyberthieves leverage more than 2.5 billion identity credentials. The post Tough Call: The Rapidly Escalating Threat of Account Takeover Attacks appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Digital banking fraud techniques are quickly evolving. How can banks stay one step ahead of fraudsters? Discover the answer in this Q&A. The post No Silver Bullets: Q&A on Fighting Digital Banking Fraud appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Why growing concerns are mounting over recent cryptocurrency thefts, and how to protect against the threat while delivering a seamless customer experience. The post $6 Billion in Cryptocurrency Thefts in the Last Six Months Raising Alarms appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
New report shows online and mobile retail fraud is escalating at an unprecedented rate and so are the related costs to merchants. The post Retail Fraud Surges 30%, Merchants Now Pay Nearly $3 for Every Dollar Lost appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Consumers are big on buy online pickup in-store, but over the last year, some merchants reported seeing BOPIS fraud jump as much as 250%. The post BOPIS Fraud Jumps 250%: Is ‘Buy Online, Pick Up In-Store‘ Becoming a Big Problem? appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Global visibility into fraud indicators and an understanding of tactics is key to developing new creative approaches to stop fraudsters in their tracks. The post Whispers on the Wind: Detecting Early Fraud Indicators appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
The combined understanding of physical and digital identity interactions enables more efficient risk decision making in the age of digital transformation. The post Identity Reimagined: Transform your Risk Decision Making with 360 Degree Identity Insights appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Understand how fraudsters approach card testing, and how eCommerce merchants and media companies can combat this threat and increase fraud detection rates. The post How to Recognize Card Testing and Enhance Fraud Detection appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Identity verification is becoming a bigger concern for the public sector, as using passport and social security numbers doesn't provide maximum security for our digital world. The post Can I see your ID Please? Identity Verification for the Public Sector appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Link analysis is a technique to analyze data by creating networks and investigating the relationships between different entities. The post Link Analysis and How it Can be Used to Identify Fraud appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
What exactly is synthetic identity fraud? Why is it so hard to tell the difference between a real and a fake identity when extending credit? And bottom line: What can be done to stop it? The post Are you for Real? Synthetic Identity Fraud‘And How to Identify it appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Champion Challenger enables organizations to track, validate and audit policies. This provides more agility and facilitates better fraud detection. The post Champion Challenger: Enabling Better Fraud Detection appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
With the changing landscape of the payments industry, consumers are demanding a frictionless user experience. Users do not want to be stepped up if it‘s not necessary - they want, need, and expect immediacy. The post The Changing Landscape of the Payments Industry appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting the telecommunications industry, and finding fast money in account takeovers and subscription fraud. The post Telco Subscription Fraud: Why Fraudsters are Targeting Telecommunications appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Fraud defenses are being hit hard during the 2018 World Cup, as bot attacks affect online gambling companies and identity spoofing affects online travel. The post World Cup Russia 2018: Running the Fraud Defenses Ragged appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
The recent decision by the Supreme Court will enable sports betting in the U.S., but with this decision comes a vulnerable new playing field for fraudsters. The post Protecting the New Frontier of Sports Betting in the U.S. appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Although the volume of attacks on mobile transactions is rising, it will remain the more secure digital channel in Europe for the foreseeable future. The post European Businesses Turn to Mobile as the Secure Digital Channel appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
3DS 2.0 has been introduced to address the shortcomings of 3DS 1.0 in the modern eCommerce landscape ? looking to help secure payments while offering an improved user experience during the checkout process. The post 3D Secure 2.0: A Paradigm Shift appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
The rapid transformation to a digital world has undoubtedly streamlined processes and raised expectations for the average consumer. People now expect a secure, frictionless digital experience, whether they are buying something from a retailer, donating to a charity, or filling in a tax return. However, while many ecommerce, media and financial organisations have evolved their … Continued The post Mind the Gap: Tax Fraud Prevention in the Digital World appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
As if cybercriminals trying to crash your gates weren't bad enough, many are impersonating your employees and contractors to do it. Are your workforce authentication systems up to the challenge? The post Imposters Targeting Your Employees: 3 Keys to Effective Workforce Authentication appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Device spoofing continues to represent the highest attack vector for payment processors as fraudsters attempt to slip past device recognition systems. The post The Device Deception: Top Tips for Payment Processors appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
As Europe navigates a time of intense change, one constant is the steady increase in the rise of identity abuse in the region, which digital businesses face. The post The European Cybercrime Landscape Heats Up as Identity Abuse Increases by 30% appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Three key cybersecurity trends are forming on the digital banking front, and could have enormous implications on growth strategies through the second half of the year and beyond. The post Three Top Cybersecurity Trends Shaping the Future of Global Banking appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
A recent data breach at one of Hong Kong's largest residential broadband providers has reportedly compromised the personal data of 380,000 customers, amplifying the risk of account takeover (ATO) attacks in the months ahead. The post Data Breach at Major Hong Kong Broadband Provider May Spike ATO Attacks appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
There is a new type of cryptocurrency exchange on the market looking to transform cryptocurrency's reputation for being unregulated and a safe haven for criminals. The post Identity Solutions Help the New Kids on the Block Transform Cryptocurrency appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
A barrage of press reports about cyberattacks on the bank-backed Zelle personal payments platform is putting a spotlight on the threats posed by peer-to-peer payment fraud. The post Growing Pains: Peer-to-Peer Payment Fraud is ‘Flourishing‘ appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
This new account takeover approach involves compromising well-trafficked business websites with plenty of five-star ratings and positive reviews, and then leveraging enviable SEO expertise to boost the sites' search rankings using financial-related search phrases. The post Account Takeover Scheme Targeting Bank-Related Search Results appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Consumers? fear of mobile banking fraud is a major factor in the declining growth of active users over the past five years. This troubling trend, as well as other emerging threats, could put banksâ€˜ mobile playbooks in jeopardy. Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo have all seen annual growth rates in active mobile â€¦ Continued The post Slowing Mobile Banking Fraud to Reverse the Decline in Active User Growth appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Author Patrick Reames is just one of the latest victims of transaction laundering ? and heâ€˜s the one stuck with the bill. In February, Reames had received a 1099 tax form from Amazon reflecting his $24,000 cut of book sales on the companyâ€˜s self-publishing site, CreateSpace. But Reames doesnâ€˜t self-publish and doesnâ€˜t even have a â€¦ Continued The post Transaction Laundering: A Growing Fraud Risk for Merchants appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Recent reports from McKinsey and Accenture suggest the "Bank of GAFA" may be coming sooner than you think. But, digital identity could help banks fight back and even thrive in a rapidly changing retail banking marketplace. The post Employing Digital Identity in Banking to Defend Against GAFA appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Digital identity combined with biometrics can be a highly effective part of a mobile strategy designed to not only help financial organizations meet PSD2 requirements, but also grow profitably and eliminate risk from online transactions. The post Digital Identity and Biometrics: A Powerful Combination appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Those of us who have been immersed in developing digital identity-based solutions to protect online businesses from the ever-present threat of cybercrime know that the phrase ?Thereâ€˜s strength in numbers? has never been so true. And, judging by the number of companies adopting these technologies, we arenâ€˜t alone. More Heads are Better Than One The â€¦ Continued The post Building a Stronger Digital Identity appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Online financial fraud is becoming more difficult to spot as fraudsters and cybercriminals create more sophisticated schemes, seemingly on a daily basis. The post Online Financial Fraud Doesnâ€˜t Have an Age Bias appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Synthetic identity is one of the fastest-growing forms of identity fraud. According to reports in the Wall Street Journal, a record $355 million in outstanding credit card debt is now owed by people who didnâ€˜t even exist as recently as 2017. Guilty as Syn Standard-issue identity fraud is so 15-minutes ago. Yes, cybercriminals continue to â€¦ Continued The post Synthetic Identity Fraud: The Growing Threat and How to Stop It appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
50 years ago, audiences around the world were asked to suspend their disbelief as Stanley Kubrick brought HAL 9000 to life in 2001: A Space Odyssey. The portrayal of a sentient computer in control of a spaceship, capable of speech and facial recognition, automated reasoning and natural language processing required a giant leap of imagination â€¦ Continued The post The Changing Face of Fraud in the Internet of Things Era appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Fraudsters are increasingly taking a low-and-slow approach to credit card fraud, making small recurring charges that too many consumers tend to ignore. The post ?Low and Slow? Is How the Credit Card Fraudsters Roll appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Funny thing about disruptive technologies. Theyâ€˜re a lot easier to launch when a ready market already exists. But, sometimes even when a business need exists, a ready market may not. This is especially true for business enterprise applications, because even breakthrough technologies are not implemented in a vacuum. This is the type of challenge we â€¦ Continued The post Digital Identity: The Task of Defining a Market Category appeared first on ThreatMetrix.
Mobile has become the leading way for financial institutions of all shapes and sizes to acquire new customers, with more than 57 percent of new customer accounts coming from this channel. Todayâ€˜s customers are drawn to the immediacy of the mobile experience, therefore, banks and financial institutions must be able to provide instant decisioning on â€¦ Continued The post Securing the Future of Mobile Banking appeared first on ThreatMetrix.