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10 signs you're being socially engineered

Scammers will try to trick you and your organization's users into giving up credentials or other sensitive date. Be skeptical if you see any of these signs.

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What is PSD2? And how it will impact the payments processing industry

The EU’s revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2), which include multifactor authentication for online European payment card transactions, will have a ripple effect on the payments processing industry in the U.S. and elsewhere.

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Stealing money in the digital age: The dark industry of trafficking financial data

Cybercriminal gangs dealing in credit card and other financial data have refined their tools and changed their ideology for more profitable attacks.

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Business email compromise: The odds of being a victim are increasing

Given the growth over the last few years in BEC and EAC fraud, businesses should educate employees about the risks involved and red flags of this activity.

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What is adware? How it works and how to protect against it

Adware is deceptive software that earns its creators money through fraudulent user clicks. Fortunately, it's one of the the most detectable types of malware.

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‘Have I Been Pwned’ is for sale, but what is it worth and who will buy it?

The question in my mind about Have I Been Pwned has always been about the value of the service aside from the brilliant analysis and PR generated by its creator, Troy Hunt.

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How to stick it to LinkedIn romance scammers

LinkedIn is becoming a popular channel for criminals to find victims for romance scams. Here's how to identify, report and block those scammers.

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How to spot a scam: 14 red flags to watch for

Does your security awareness training program help your employees learn when someone is trying to scam them?

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Why reported breaches are the tip of the iceberg

Thousands of businesses are breached every day without them even knowing it, compromising payment card data. The EMV chip isn’t the solution, but data devaluation can reduce the impact.

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FINRA Rule 4512: U.S. SEC approves electronic signatures

The updated FINRA Rule 4512(a)(3) is now in effect, striking a blow against outdated regulations.

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Magecart payment card skimmer gang returns stronger than ever

Web-based card skimmers are becoming harder to detect and remove thanks to evolving techniques.

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RSAC Innovation Sandbox 2019: Cloud, identity, application security take center stage

Take note of these startups. Innovation Sandbox has been around for 15 years. A whopping 42 percent of finalists from its first ten years have been acquired. Finalists in the past five years have received $1.5B in funding.

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What is spear phishing? Why targeted email attacks are so difficult to stop

A highly targeted form of phishing, spear phishing involves bespoke emails being sent to well-researched victims. It is hard to spot without close inspection and difficult to stop with technical controls alone.

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Encryption is the best way to protect payment card transaction data

Criminals are going to steal payment card transaction data, but it won't matter if that data is devalued through encryption.

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Review: Senzing uncovers relationships hiding within big data

Used to combat fraud or uncover accidental data duplication, Senzing is a powerful yet lightweight tool with an artificial intelligence that is actually extremely smart.

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What the digital booking trend means for local travel attractions and fraud prevention

Online bookings of local tours, attractions and even dining have skyrocketed. Although this can be a great source of traffic and revenue for these local attractions, online payments fraud in this sector continues to rise and these...

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In the new ecommerce fraud landscape, every vertical is now at risk

Fraudsters are not just targeting small merchants or inexpensive items anymore – virtually any vertical or product can be a worthwhile target for online fraud, and the losses could cause irreversible damage to a retailer’s bottom...

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What price range sees the most CNP fraud? It depends

Data on the price ranges that online fraudsters target most are effective in helping retailers be more aware of fraud tendencies. However, any price point can be a target to some criminals, and it’s important to leverage this data to...

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N-dimensional behavioral biometrics: a viable solution for digital fraud?

Artificial intelligence can be used to stop identity fraud from reaching record-breaking highs.

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Analyzing user behavior to stop fake accounts

Online account fraud is a big, automated business. NuData Security looks at hundreds of data points to identify malicious login attempts.

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