We live in an online age, one where malware infections have become commonplace. Some might say this is the price of doing business online. News headlines report damaging attacks on well-known brands with depressing regularity. Consumer confid...ence suffers as customers look to organizations to sort out the issue, secure their transactions and fix the problem. But will it every truly get sorted? Fraudsters are now so skilled in their knowledge of human nature – how and why a person will respond to social engineering lures – that malware is growing faster than organizations' ability to respond to, never mind educating...Read More
Depending on the industry and type of scam, fraudsters monetize credentials and data in a number of ways. While certain industries are familiar with phishing scams and understand how fraudsters monetize their data, it’s not necessarily clear for all ...industry verticals.
One of the largest, most well-known target of phishing attacks is financial institutions. Fraudsters leverage a number of social engineering scams to steal login credentials and credit card information from financial customers. Fraudsters can then sell stolen credentials and credit card information via social media, chat forums, underground marketplaces, etc. Leveraging anonymizer technology to access the DarkNet, fraudsters are providing...Read More