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AI-driven counter fraud platform utilised by eftpos to help prevent cybercrime
eftpos launches AI-driven counter fraud platform to combat online cybercrime in Australia. Developed by Featurespace. #Cybersecurity #AI #Australia.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams — Who is Forter?
Forter, a SaaS-based fraud detection company, works with global online retailers and banks to provide real-time trust analysis.
GBG and SEON strengthen online fraud prevention for financial institutions
GBG partners with SEON to bolster online fraud prevention for banks and fintechs, offering technology integrated into the GBG Intelligence Center.
Scams number one online crime
Scams make up 56% of all online fraud attacks, according to new research from cyber intelligence company Group-IB.
Forter doubles revenue in 12 months, raising $300 million for a $3 billion valuation
Forter, the eCommerce fraud prevention company, has raised $300m in funding, doubling its revenue and reaching a $3bn valuation.
Nuance revamps AI authentication to protect seniors from fraud
Nuance enhances Gatekeeper to shield seniors from fraud, prioritising their calls with voice detection AI.
NZ credit bureau Centrix co-develops fraud detection service
The service has been put through a robust Privacy Impact Assessment and it was developed in accordance with New Zealand’s current privacy legislation.
Cloudera: Taking a unified approach to fighting financial crime
Banks spend $1.28 trillion to fight surging financial crime, impacting global confidence and revenue.
Hong Kong counts the opportunities and costs of leading fintech adoption rates
High early adoption rates and extensive mobile device use make Asia the ideal testing ground for fintech development.
Black Friday alert: Financial botnets targeting eCommerce apparel sites
Black Friday is arguably the most anticipated retail sales period in the world, when brands offer consumers the largest discounts and promotional offers.
Cost of fraud averaging 3.4 times lost transaction value - study
The LexisNexis study found that there was an average of almost 400 successful monthly fraudulent transactions in the South East Asia region.
How YouAppi aims to enable effective detection of fraudulent traffic
YouAppi aims to allow brands to make real-time adjustments and optimise marketing efforts in order to reach customers at any point in the funnel.
How finance leaders can drive growth and avoid risk
Finance leaders must embrace new technologies and combat fraud to drive growth and mitigate risks, says SAP Concur.
FBI disrupts multiple botnets as part of anti-fraud operation
FBI and F-Secure tackle '3ve' fraud, dismantle botnets that used 1.7m IPs for ad scam.
Kiwis concerned about being scammed – survey
This unease is warranted given the growing sophistication of scammers and their activities, and numbers of attempted fraud.
Mobile app fraud transactions have skyrocketed 680% since 2015
Mobile app fraud has risen by 680% since 2015, as hackers target mobile channels for fraud, according to RSA Security's Q1 2018 Fraud Report.
Cybercrime becomes most common form of fraud in UK
PwC's study has found for the first time ever cybercrime has become the most common form of fraud with nearly a quarter resulting in a loss of £700k.
Out with credit cards & in with identity data: Cybercriminals take fraud to new levels
Cybercriminals are ditching the ‘quick buck’ methods of stealing credit cards and are instead going after identity data.
Online fraud leaves APAC consumers wary of digitalization
APAC's rising online fraud hits trust in digital services, says report.
Email phishing scam targeting UK students a ‘timely warning’
UK watchdog Action Fraud has released details of an complex email phishing scam that has been touted as a much needed warning for the public.
$534m lost in 2016 as credit card fraudsters ditched the plastic & moved online
Physical credit card fraud is on the decline as online fraud takes its place, according to new statistics from the Australian Payments Network.
Digital Shadows discovers credit card crime ring cashing in on $24b a year
A professional ecosystem has emerged that is providing e-learning courses to allow aspiring cybercriminals to make USD$12k in monthly earnings.
Report urges organisations to be wary of BYOD and rogue employees
Almost half of APAC businesses lack specific policies on personal device use for work, leaving them vulnerable to security threats, according to EY.
Survey finds China’s a hotspot for all types of fraud: Whistleblowing may be the answer
Whistleblowers may be the key to tackling China's soaring fraud rates, says Kroll survey, with senior-level involvement in a third of cases.