Tag: Botnets

If you asked the CEO of a small business what his primary concerns were, how often would fraud and security top the list? Yet organized fraud attacks continue to increase in severity and persistence and emerging businesses must beware. A year or two ago, emerging businesses may have been thinking about how to detect isolated…

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Feb 10 Will Online Fraud Give Firms a Torrid Time in 2016?

The ‘digital first’ economy went from strength to strength in 2015, helping transform the way we all do business. But latest analysis of fraud attacks shows that alongside these huge benefits, more and more firms have ended up losing money and customer trust thanks to cybercriminals. The truth is that the bad guys have become…

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Nov 11 Defending Against Data Breach from Low and Slow Botnets

The ThreatMetrix Cybercrime Report for Q3 2015 is out and one unmistakable trend is the surge in cybercrime via botnet attacks and data breaches. In an era dubbed by some as the “post data breach world” it’s not surprising that attacks using stolen credentials are trending higher. Surprising is the new low and slow nature…

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Our Chief Products Officer, Alisdair Faulkner, is on the east coast this week to join the Mobile Payments Industry Workgroup (MPIW) panel on November 12 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. From card-on-file tokenization to mobile in-app payments, the discussion will highlight a variety of tools and technologies that can aid e-commerce businesses in…

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