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Protecting Against Man-in-the-Browser Attacks with Fraud Hunting Platform

Group-IB gives an overview of malicious web injections and describes how their Fraud Hunting Platform helps detect them.

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Top 3 Threats eCommerce Leaders Must Address to Dominate

PerimeterX showcases a trio of potential exploits and examines ways in which companies can turn application security into a competitive advantage.

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Economic Stimulus Scam

It is easy to understand why people are eager to receive federal stimulus payments to assist them during the coronavirus outbreak. Unfortunately, scammers are eager to collect money, too.

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Fraud and Cyber Trends from Emerging Markets

Group IB discusses why cybercriminals are targeting emerging markets and what types of attacks are prevalent in specific areas.

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Cryptomining Scams Continuously Steal Millions

There are a few active cryptomining groups that all have their own techniques for infiltrating computers. This raises the question of how organizations are protecting their networks, informing employees of how these attackers work, and what is being done to hinder their attempts.

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The Science of mFraud

Risk Ident examines key mobile commerce trends and explores techniques fraudsters can use to exploit mobile devices.

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Device Takeover: The Next Generation of Mobile and Non-Mobile Attacks

Learn how criminals can exploit various techniques to take over mobile devices and how companies can identify these attacks to protect themselves and their customers.

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Device Takeover: The Next Generation of Mobile and Non-Mobile Attacks

Discover how criminals can exploit various techniques to take over mobile devices and how companies can identify these attacks to protect themselves and their customers.

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Device Takeover: The Next Generation of Mobile and Non-Mobile Attacks

Kaspersky Lab examines the attack vectors through which fraudsters may hijack devices in a new form of takeover attack to gain access to mobile devices and online accounts.

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Cyberterrorism Make You #Wannacry?

Despite taking control of data on approximately 200,000 computers across 150 countries early in 2017, the Wannacry ransomware attack is only estimated to have taken in $50,000. This highlights a chilling fact: cyberterrorism is everywhere and cybercriminals are willing to embark upon these missions for relatively low stakes.

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