The notorious Joker's Stash carder marketplace has recently listed for sale 460,000 records, including four "Turkey-Mix" batches that feature never-before-seen payment card data that traces to Turkey's 10 largest banks, says cybersecurity firm Group-IB.
Internet crime has grown so rapidly that law enforcement is outpaced. Here's the story of how a Manhattan doctor lost $200,000 in an internet scam, and why he's struggling to get law enforcement's attention.
Several e-commerce sites were targeted with a card skimming campaign that used the Salesforce-owned Heroku cloud platform to host skimmer infrastructure and stolen credit card data, according to a new report from the security firm Malwarebytes.
South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Upbit says hackers have stolen $49 million worth of ethereum, in what is the year's seventh major cryptocurrency heist. Much of the $158 million stolen so far this year is likely fueling the North Korean regime's appetite for luxury goods and weapons of mass destruction.
The insurance industry has a significant fraud problem. Whether targeting the insurance carrier, broker or policyholder, scams are a large financial burden for all stakeholders.
Insurance firms must take deliberate steps to implement a comprehensive customer authentication and fraud prevention strategy.
Watch this live Q&A with Brian Hay, former detective superintendent from the Queensland Police Service and now executive director of Cultural Cyber Security, as he helps organizations understand and develop their business strategies to ensure the highest levels of security.
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Fraud is responsible for billions of dollars of loss every year and accounts for 85 percent of all security breaches - and it can all start with a phishing email from a friendly prince, otherwise known as a 419 fraud.
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Why try to hack Silicon Valley firms if you can buy off their employees instead? Such allegations are at the heart of a criminal complaint unsealed last week by the Justice Department, charging former Twitter employees with being Saudi agents. Experts say tech firms must hunt for employees gone rogue.
A newly discovered hacking group is using an array of sophisticated spoofing and social engineering techniques to imitate government agencies, including the U.S. Postal Service, in an effort to plant malware in victims' devices and networks via phishing campaigns, according to new research from Proofpoint.
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The U.S. Justice Department Tuesday unsealed an indictment charging Russian national Aleksey Burkov with running an underground site called "Cardplanet" that acted as a clearinghouse for stolen payment card data. Burkov arrived in the U.S. Tuesday after being extradited by Israel.