Cybercrime

Telco Fraud: Why this Industry is Unique in the Cybercrime Landscape

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.

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Jason Lane-Sellers
Posted January 15, 2019
Cybercrime

Credential Stuffing: Big Breaches Have Bot Attacks Ramping Up Fast

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.

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Alisdair Faulkner
Posted December 20, 2018
Cybercrime

Cybercriminal Networks: As Bad Guys Band Together, Shouldn’t Businesses?

Cybercriminals are growing more networked in their efforts. Businesses can counteract this by utilizing the power of global shared intelligence.

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Daniel Welch
Posted December 13, 2018
Cybercrime

Hunting for Money Mules: Stop the Mules, Stop the Digital Banking Fraud

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.

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Mike Nathan
Posted December 11, 2018
Cybercrime

Holiday Blues: Cybercrime Rocks Travel Industry in Run-Up to Key Season

The proliferation of high-profile cybercrime suggests holiday travel might be hard on the industry this season—and for travelers in the year ahead.

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Ken Lam
Posted November 20, 2018
Cybercrime

Latin American Cybercrime Trends: Attacks Increase 20% Year on Year

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.

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Joe Sandoval
Posted November 6, 2018
Cybercrime

Australia & New Zealand: Cyberattacks Against Financial Services Spike 138%

The latest ANZ Cybercrime Report saw a huge spike in cyberattacks on the financial services industry throughout the Australia & New Zealand region.

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Alisdair Faulkner
Posted November 1, 2018
Cybercrime

Q2 2018: A Cybercriminal ‘World Cup’

Russia could easily serve as a microcosm for the greater cybercrime landscape, as interesting trends emerged in the region during FIFA World Cup.

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Stephen Topliss
Posted October 9, 2018
Cybercrime

Firms Apply for Virtual Banking Licenses: The Real Competition? Cybercrime

Organizations that are approved for virtual banking licenses will be competing in a mobile-centric market with increasing cyber attack rates.

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Ken Lam
Posted October 2, 2018
Cybercrime

World of Hurt: The High Stakes Game of Location Spoofing

Identity spoofing is quickly being joined by another key attack vector hitting the gaming and gambling industry: location spoofing.

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Ellie Burns
Posted September 25, 2018
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