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https://nudatasecurity.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Mailer-Banner.jpg 354 1000 NuData https://nudatasecurity.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Nudata_logo-300x112.png NuData2018-05-23 13:55:592018-05-23 15:40:28Account Protection Month: Stopping ATO Before it Starts
Account takeover, the Lord Voldemort of the digital world, sparks fear into the heart of business executives the moment it’s pronounced aloud. Losing control over who is accessing your customer’s accounts can cause immense reputational damage, as well as steep losses. Data breaches are only making this problem bigger by sending out to the open millions of personal records every year. This month NuData is celebrating Account Protection Month in conjunction with CNP. This awareness month is designed …
https://nudatasecurity.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/fraud_GJB5QOwd.jpg 2592 3888 Magali Vander Vorst https://nudatasecurity.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Nudata_logo-300x112.png Magali Vander Vorst2018-05-16 16:25:342018-05-17 08:41:21“I Don’t Have an Account Takeover Problem” – A Common Misconception
When some institutions think of account takeover they think of chargebacks, fraudulent money movements, or rewards abuse, for example. But fraud doesn’t start with a chargeback; it begins long before that, at the account origination or pre-login stage. Credential testing or harvesting attacks are some of the most common sophisticated mass-scale threats paving the way for account takeover. Unfortunately, most companies don’t have the right tools to catch them… until it’s too late. The ATO below the surface …
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Yes, they have cute innocent faces and can’t even spell their name, but they could be accumulating thousands of dollars in debt. Happy 18th, kid – BTW, you could be bankrupt In 2017 a total of one million kids were victims of identity fraud according to the 2018 Child Identity Fraud Study by Javelin Strategy & Research. Data breaches are providing more than enough data to steal an identity, but that information is only valuable until the owner finds …
https://nudatasecurity.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Writing-a-card-to-the-bank.jpg 835 1256 Karen Taylor https://nudatasecurity.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Nudata_logo-300x112.png Karen Taylor2018-04-26 22:30:422018-05-02 08:09:56Dear Banks: It’s Time to Take Mobile Fraud (More) Seriously
Mobile fraud is already more than half of the average high-risk traffic according to NuData analysts. Earlier this week, security firm Positive Technologies released its annual report that looks at vulnerabilities in financial applications. Interestingly, the number of vulnerabilities discovered has fallen, which means banking apps and websites are getting safer. But, despite this encouraging trend, security shortcomings remain a menace for banks and clients with two thirds of online banking systems still containing at least one critical vulnerability. The …
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If you are a small business and have asked this question before, we’d like to shed some light on the actual risk small businesses are exposed to. According to the Verizon report, in 2017 there were 53,000 incidents – security events that compromise the integrity, confidentiality or availability of data – and 2,216 confirmed data breaches. Among those, 58% targeted small businesses. That’s more than half. Why bother, you ask? Truth is small businesses are as targeted or more …
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