In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Alex Zeltcer of nSure.ai discusses how fraudsters access your payment information, how industrialized payment fraud attacks operate, and how nSure.ai uses discriminative AI to identify these attacks and cut their scale.
Each year, financial scams cost banks up to $400 million in losses. Despite heavy investments in anti-fraud technology, banks are struggling to protect customers. Bank impersonation scams continue to be the most widely used approach for duping banking customers, said CEO of a stealth startup and the former senior...
Welcome to our report summarizing the 2023 Faces of Fraud survey. We are most grateful to our 150+ industry contributors who answered our questions frankly to enable us to provide a snapshot of the frauds causing most concern for financial services in 2023.
The data shared in this report, as well as expert...
With only 90 early adopters, Federal Reserve's FedNow program faces the challenge of persuading U.S. banks to sign on to the real-time payments initiative launched in July. Experts say the Fed could learn some lessons from successful efforts in Brazil and India.
Netcraft purchased an online brand protection vendor to incorporate security analysts into the company's highly automated cybercrime takedown process. The deal will expedite the takedown of fraudulent websites by capitalizing on their joint knowledge of the global infrastructure provider landscape.
Synthetic ID fraud has moved beyond business-to-consumers to business-to-business fraud as more bad actors are opening fraudulent commercial accounts at financial institutions, said Dori Buckethal, vice president of risk and fraud solutions at Thomson Reuters.
It has become a cliche in payments circles: Faster payments equals faster fraud. But John Filby and Yogesh Patel of Outseer say behavioral biometrics and generative AI are among the emerging technologies fueling new ways to empower layered defenses.
Security researchers say the Chinese state-sponsored espionage group APT41 is using WyrmSpy and DragonEgg surveillance malware to target Android mobile devices. APT41 recently switched tactics to develop malware specific to the Android operating system.
Brazil's instant payment system, PIX, is second only to India's UPI in number of transactions. As the United States prepares for the launch of FedNow, GFT's Carlos Kazuo Missao shares his experience with PIX and some important lessons U.S. banks can learn from Brazil.
Cryptocurrency hackers are shifting their focus from bitcoin to other tokens and newer blockchain services such as cross-chain bridges for illicit activity. Why is the oldest crypto token so unappealing to hackers these days, and what do other options offer? Ari Redbord of TRM Labs explained.
We live in a surveillance society, but even though citizens are concerned about the lack of privacy, they don't know what to do about it, said David Sinclair, founder of 4Freedom Mobile, a mobile service provider that helps subscribers secure their phones and stop tracking, hacking and data theft.
Threat actors are using dedicated mobile Android OS device spoofing tools to defraud customers of online banking, payment systems, advertising networks and online marketplaces globally. Resecurity observed cybercriminals using spoofing tools to exploit stolen cookies and access victims' systems.
A hacker suspected to be based in Mexico is targeting financial institutions using "relatively unsophisticated" tools but is achieving a high degree of success among banking customers, SentinelOne said. The threat actor also offers smishing as a service.
Big banks want social media firms to take accountability for scams that occur on their payment platforms, but that doesn’t mean reimbursing victims. Banks need to take the lead in making victims whole quickly. And big tech and telcos need to kick the scammers out of their platforms.