ThreatMetrix CyberCrime Center

The ThreatMetrix Cybercrime Center research team constantly reviews attacks detected by the ThreatMetrix Digital Identity Network during real-time analysis and interdiction of fraudulent online payments, account logins and new account registrations.

We provide this information via our real time Cybercrime Threat Map and our quarterly Cybercrime Report. Our team also constantly researches the latest online security trends reporting on them in the ThreatMetrix Blog.

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ThreatMetrix CyberCrime Threat Map

The ThreatMetrix™ CyberCrime Threat Map displays a live stream of fraud attempts collected from ThreatMetrix’s Digital Identity Network in real time. This map shows detected fraudulent events from around the world, highlighting the origin of account takeover attempts, new account origination and payment fraud attempts.

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ThreatMetrix Cybercrime Report: Q2 2015

ThreatMetrix’s quarterly Cybercrime Report is a must read for digital channels and fraud stakeholders around the world. The Q2 2015 report highlights how cybercrime and fraud attacks continue to plague financial institutions,  payment processors, and merchants across all transaction types. Mobile device and app proliferation is opening a new frontier of attack vectors originating from countries that may surprise you. Protecting against fraud requires more accurate and up-to-date intelligence than ever before.

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ThreatMetrix Labs Reports

Harness the power of ThreatMetrix™ CyberCrime Labs, a dedicated threat research team to gain intelligence into the latest malware targeting financial institutions, e-commerce and online business.

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ThreatMetrix Labs Blog

Harness the power of ThreatMetrix™ CyberCrime Labs, a dedicated threat research team to gain intelligence into the latest malware targeting financial institutions, e-commerce and online business.

Latest Labs Blog Posts

  • Windows 10 seems to be off to a good start

    After the Launch of Microsoft’s new Operating System Windows 10, we were curious how quick people would upgrade and what impact this would have to our userbase across our global Digital Identity Network. The results have been actually quite impressive and we see already over 2% of the transactions in our global network using Windows 10 as the operating system.......

  • Flash is apparently indestructible

    Adobe Flash has had better PR. The media went rampant on Flash for its constant vulnerabilities. Through the HackingTeam leak, there were at times 3 unpatched critical vulnerabilities present, many high profile researchers and journalists were calling on people to uninstall Flash, Mozilla put Flash on their blocklist (only enabled with Click-To-Play), yet Flash seems to be indestructible. We’ve seen......