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In our last installment, we walked through the reasons why retailers have so far focused almost exclusively on the point of sale when it come to fraud detection. Instead of making a snap-decision based on which transactions fit into a broad category based on simplistic location-based rules, we need to shift our focus to when the account is created in the first place. And it all comes down to intelligence gathering. Not Just For Retailers Typically, before a user makes …
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Starting in late 2013 and continuing through to the spring of 2014, a series of ever larger security breaches of major American retailers were announced to the public. The latest, Home Depot, was hit by BlackPOS, the same malware used to pull customer data from Target’s point-of-sale machines. Millions have been spent trying to assure customers and repair brand damage, millions more lost as the news directly affected bottom lines from the holiday season onward. What’s worse is that many …
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Target’s Black Friday season security mishap put a harsh spotlight on consequences of less that stone-clad data security. It also demonstrated the comparative ease with which hackers can gain access to consumer data. The attack was made possible due to a malicious software which infected Target’s point-of-sale systems, resulting in the theft of customers’ names, phone numbers, email addresses, and mailing addresses in addition to their credit and debit card numbers. The Method of Attack With data security a hot …
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We do not condone or support this and only aim to describe how easy it is for criminals to steal user account details. In 2013 alone we have seen the New York Times, Associated Press’ Twitter and the Ubutu forum hacked. These were all made possible by password theft. When a criminal tweeted as Reuters, the stock market dropped. The consequences are huge. We describe in 4 steps, how easy it is to perform these devastating attacks with very little …
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If there are always users who will fall for phishing, how can it be prevented? We explain how security firms have been getting it wrong and how cutting edge technology is set to change that. Phishing is when a user is shown a false website and asked to enter their username and password so that scammers gain their login details. The art to a good phishing scam comes in getting the user to that page. In the early days – …
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