Did you know that in recent years cybercrime has increased during the holidays by as much as 30%1? Organizations become more vulnerable during this time of year due to people taking time off, more distractions occurring outside of work, and scams becoming more prevalent.
With it being a busy time of year both...
Until now there has been an ongoing struggle regarding who owns the money mules and scams problem – Credit Risk, AML (KYC), or Fraud Management? With liabilities shifting, ownership is clearly landing on the shoulders of Fraud Management teams. Fraud leaders must act quickly or risk losing revenue, their reputation,...
Banking institutions have more data and analytics than ever before. But how are they using them to drive better risk and fraud decisions? Diana Rothfuss and Terisa Roberts of SAS open up on enterprise decisioning - linking people, data and processes faster and more efficiently.
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.
With the rampant surge of fraudulent schemes hitting the world at the moment - including the creation of fake cryptocurrencies, bank websites and investment scams - a more dynamic and holistic approach to detection and prevention is mission-critical for banks and regulators.
With this rampant surge of fraudulent schemes hitting the world at the moment a more dynamic and holistic approach to detection and prevention is mission-critical for banks and regulators.
In this E-book Lisa Wyver and Gerard McDonnell looked at the source of these scams, highlighted the relationship between fraud...
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.