RiskRecon recently studied the impact of destructive ransomware incidents and the unique tie between ransomware susceptibility and an organization's cybersecurity posture. Kelly White of RiskRecon discusses the findings and how to use them to help secure the digital supply chain.
The transition to PCI DSS v4.0 is a major inflection point for the payments industry – not only does it restructure how risk is assessed, but it also provides a better foundation for meeting ongoing technical innovation. While organizations with mature programs may need comparatively little uplift, all organizations...
A U.S. law enforcement investigation involving multiple countries resulted in the shutdown of an online marketplace selling millions of Social Security numbers, payment cards and other credentials. Prosecutors unsealed a complaint against a Moldovan man fingered as the operator.
Cyber criminals are running scripting attacks on e-commerce sites that attempt to complete small payments by automatically inputting payment card numbers based on the Ally Bank identification number. There are no indications of a data breach at Ally Bank, says a source close to the fraud detection.
Skyrocketing attack rates, double and triple extortion, increasing ransom demands… cybercriminals are inflicting pain in every way imaginable when it comes to today’s ransomware attacks. And you need to be prepared to protect your network, NOW.
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As enterprises continue to embrace alternate methods of payment structure, card-not-present, or CNP, fraud will develop into other types of fraud. What will these types be? Experts Dondi Black of TSYS Payment Solutions and Dave Excell of Featurespace - share their views.
The PCI Security Standards Council on Thursday released the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard version 4.0. The latest version's improvements are intended to counter evolving threats and technologies, and the new version will enable innovative methods to combat new threats.
The U.S. Department of Justice has indicted a 23-year-old Russian national for operating a cybercriminal marketplace that sold thousands of stolen login credentials, PII and authentication tools, according to U.S. Attorney Brit Featherston of the Eastern District of Texas.
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As new payment types proliferate globally, payment and identity fraud is also skyrocketing. In 2021, global card fraud losses hit a staggering $28.58 billion.
To survive and stay...
Russian authorities have continued to arrest alleged administrators of multiple Russian-language cybercrime markets and communities, including Ferum Shop, Sky-Fraud and Trump's Dumps. It follows last month's arrest of suspected REvil/Sodinokibi ransomware affiliates based in the country.
Understanding customer identities in the digital world is no easy feat: In the US, the average household has 10+ connected devices, and the average adult has 4 credit cards and over 100 online accounts.
Fraud teams must cut through the clutter to single out good and bad users, regardless of how many devices,...
The U.S. e-commerce website, PulseTV, recently disclosed a data security breach involving over 200,000 customer credit card details. It is believed that only customers who purchased products on the website with a credit card between Nov. 1, 2019 and Aug. 31, 2021 may have been affected.