May 05, 2017
News roundup: Attackers exploit SS7 vulnerability and drain bank accounts. Plus, Trump signs government IT executive order, an Intel AMT flaw threatens millions and more.
January 26, 2017
We need to take action against fraud and deception before the On-line Advertising market implodes
November 29, 2016
Ad fraud is a costly problem, but it's often overlooked. White Ops CEO Michael Tiffany talks with SearchSecurity about why it's time to address this cybercrime scheme.
October 13, 2016
The addition of a risk engine to Nok Nok’s FIDO-driven Authentication Server further strengthens the way web service providers can authenticate the consumers they transact with.
Cyberfraud Get Started
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Expert Ed Tittel explores the purpose of Web fraud detection systems and services, which are designed to reduce the risks inherent in electronic payments and e-commerce. Continue Reading
Card-not-present (CNP) fraud is the unauthorized use of a payment card to conduct a card-not-present transaction when the cardholder cannot or does not physically present the card at the time of the transaction. Continue Reading
Evaluate Cyberfraud Vendors & Products
Weigh the pros and cons of technologies, products and projects you are considering.
A proposed cyberattack information database in the U.K. aims to improve cyberinsurance. Expert Mike Chapple explains what collecting data breach information means for U.S. companies. Continue Reading
This guide explains the technology and the key features an effective system should include to help readers evaluate fraud detection products and choose the best for their company. Continue Reading
Web fraud detection systems are designed to minimize the threat of online payment fraud. While the fraud rate has not been growing, it is still significant and financial institutions take a hit for money lost.
Payment fraud detection involves determining whether purchases are being made with stolen payment cards. Some vendors use intelligence services, authentication or even malware detection. There are also managed services in which the vendor is primarily responsible for monitoring and taking action on instances of fraud.
Web fraud detection system vendors typically offer either an on-premises software product or platform or a cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) that scans financial transactions made via the web or on mobile devices. Evaluating the web fraud detection systems available requires a thorough understanding of the product category.
This Buyer's Guide explains web fraud detection technology, the key features an effective system should include and leads readers through the process of how to evaluate a potential system or tool.Continue Reading
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Cloud consultant SADA Systems is supporting Smyte, a SaaS startup, in a variety of ways, including Google cloud optimization, Kubernetes support and business development. Continue Reading
Hackers, such as the Carbanak group, use Google cloud services to infiltrate organizations' systems. Expert Rob Shapland explains how that works and what can be done to stop it. Continue Reading
SWIFT banking has a team dedicated to data breach investigations. Expert Mike O. Villegas discusses why this is necessary and whether other organizations should follow suit. Continue Reading
Problem Solve Cyberfraud Issues
We’ve gathered up expert advice and tips from professionals like you so that the answers you need are always available.
The HummingBad malware has infected 10 million mobile devices worldwide. Expert Michael Cobb explains how this exploit enables click fraud and other risks for users. Continue Reading
Major email providers are adopting DMARC policies to reduce spam. Expert Michael Cobb explains how DMARC works and why it's is a good thing for email security. Continue Reading
A recent report shows how ransomware evolved from click fraud malware. Expert Nick Lewis explains how low-level threats can hide greater dangers for enterprises. Continue Reading