Cybercrime

Financial Crime and Its Role in Funding Terrorists

As 2018 gets underway, a troubling confluence of geopolitical, ideological and technological developments threaten to make cyber-fraud prevention more than just a matter of protecting businesses against new and emerging forms of financial crime. Increasingly, it’s also about national security....

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ThreatMetrix Team
Posted January 16, 2018
Fraud Prevention

Financial Crime and Cyber Fraud Converge in Menacing Mashup

A crackdown on international money laundering has confirmed fears about the convergence of cyber fraud and financial crime that threatens to hobble online fraud prevention efforts in 2018 and beyond. According to reports, law enforcement agencies in 26 countries partnered...

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ThreatMetrix Team
Posted January 4, 2018
Cybercrime

Australia’s Early Warning Signs to Online Gambling Worldwide

If you’re looking for a microcosm of the rapidly evolving threats facing online gambling captured in a new cybercrime report from ThreatMetrix, look no further than my native Australia. With apologies to Vegas, what happens Down Under doesn’t usually stay...

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Alisdair Faulkner
Posted December 28, 2017
Digital Identity

Beyond Digital Identity: 2018 Predictions

When it comes to digital identity, cybercrime and the state of the digital economy, it looks to be a bumpy 2018. Not that 2017 was a big party. Whether it was WannaCry, NotPetya, stolen NSA cyber-weapons or the mother of...

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ThreatMetrix Team
Posted December 6, 2017
Cybercrime

Cybercrime: Exploiting Security Weaknesses in Online Merchant Platforms

Cybercrime has evolved from individual lone wolves committing fraud purely for personal profit into a sophisticated and networked criminal industry. As this criminal industry has grown, so has the scope of its many illicit activities – including raising and laundering...

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ThreatMetrix Team
Posted November 16, 2017
Cybercrime

Cybercrime Report: Five eCommerce Predictions for Holiday 2017

New data from the latest ThreatMetrix Cybercrime Report has online retailers bracing for what’s shaping up to be either the jolliest of holiday seasons—or the Nightmare before Christmas. Retailers enter the season quite bullish. Holiday e-commerce spending in the U.S....

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ThreatMetrix Team
Posted November 13, 2017
Cybercrime

Data Breaches: Fresh Ammunition for Cybercriminals Drives Increase in Cyberattacks

Data breaches have become a common fact of life in the digital economy. But recent months have seen data breaches on a scale that has dominated even mainstream news. For digital citizens, these breaches result in a flurry of activity...

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Alisdair Faulkner
Posted November 7, 2017
Cybercrime

Cybercrime and the Internet of Things: The Need for Digital Identities

In the annals of cybercrime, few events have managed to drive home both the promise and peril of our rapidly expanding digital universe quite like the one that occurred on October 21, 2016. In a stunning blow, the massive Mirai...

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ThreatMetrix Team
Posted October 11, 2017
Cybercrime

Cybercrime Report: Emerging Digital Business Models Becoming New Targets

According to the Q2 2017 Cybercrime Report from ThreatMetrix, cyberattacks hit an all-time high, at 144 million, from April through June of this year. That’s up 100 percent from 2015, putting worldwide losses from cybercrime on track to top $6...

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ThreatMetrix Team
Posted August 30, 2017
Cybercrime

Cybercrime Report: Protecting Vulnerable Customers from Digital Predators

On the heels of the Q2 2017 Cybercrime Report, Neil Walsh, chief of the United Nations Global Cybercrime Program joined Vanita Pandey, vice president of Product Marketing at ThreatMetrix, to discuss evolving digital threats that increasingly put the personal identities of everyone—especially the most vulnerable among us—at risk...

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Neil Walsh
Posted August 21, 2017
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