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LA Biz

Cybersecurity Pros and Cons of Apple’s iPhone 6

L.A. Biz, October 2, 2014
New York Business Journal

Cybersecurity Pros and Cons of Apple’s iPhone 6

New York Business Journal, October 2, 2014
Silicon Valley Business Journal

Cybersecurity Pros and Cons of Apple’s iPhone 6

Silicon Valley Business Journal, October 2, 2014
IT Director

Fraud Insights from the ISMG Summit

IT, September 30, 2014
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Date Event City Venue Country
11/05/14 - 11/07/14 ThreatMetrix® Cybercrime Prevention Summit 2014 Palm Springs, CA La Quinta Resort & Club, a Waldorf Astoria Resort United States
Be part of the solution to build trust on the Internet. Once a year, fraud prevention and cybersecurity professionals from around the globe gather to share strategies for making the Internet safer for business at the ThreatMetrix® Cybercrime Prevention Summit 2014. Join us this November in the beautiful California desert to help shape the future of trust on the Internet. More information
03/23/15 - 03/26/15 MRC Ecommerce Payments & Risk Conference 2015 Las Vegas, NV ARIA Resort & Casino United States
Visit ThreatMetrix at Booth #119
04/20/15 - 04/24/15 RSA Conference 2015 San Francisco, CA Moscone Center United States
Visit ThreatMetrix at Booth #4235

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October 29 2014

The EMV Cards That Never Were

U.S. Banks Received Tens of Thousands of Dollars Charged on EMV Cards — Despite Not Having Sent Customers Chip-Enabled Cards! During World War II, British intelligence used a real dead body to create a fictitious Royal Marine Major William Martin. The body was dropped in the sea by a submarine and washed ashore on a Spanish beach where it was hoped it would fall into the hands of German intelligence. Attached to the body was a briefcase containing letters falsely stating that an Allied attack…

October 28 2014

Three Ways to Change the Odds for Cybercriminals

If I tried to rob a bank, I’d probably be caught, no matter how carefully I plan. Once caught, I would certainly face prosecution and probably be found guilty. The criminal justice system is good at handling this type of crime. I’ll stick with my day job. The story is not the same for the cybercriminals that defraud businesses and consumers of billions of dollars each year. For many years, cybercrime gangs have been getting away with their crimes. We’re just starting to turn the…
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