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Phishing Disguised Dog

Cyber Monday and the phishing disguise that will fool your customers

How hackers virtually pose as a recognizable brand to steal from your company and your customers. Users are the weak link We all think fraud is not going to happen to us; we know better than to enter personal information on the wrong site, right? But when it comes to phishing we have to tip our hats to the hackers and their remarkable photoshopping skills for faking emails and sites that look so genuine. Yes, perhaps we could tell a

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Mobile Fraud Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday is one of the biggest shopping days – don’t let mobile fraud take it away

Mobile traffic is growing and so are the attacks targeting smartphones. Based on the 2016 Adobe Digital Insights Holiday Recap report, last year Cyber Monday generated $3.5 billion dollars in the US, most of which came from desktop transactions. The online traffic also increased by 155%, making it the biggest day in the history of US eCommerce. The mobile channel is also gaining momentum at a similar pace. Last year 41% of all Cyber Monday traffic came from smartphones, the

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Evil Twin

It’s time to decouple Cyber Monday from cyber fraud

The biggest online shopping day of the year needs to lose its evil twin The term ‘Cyber Monday’ was coined back in 2005 in a press release by the National Retail Federations online branch, Shop.org, with the intent of encouraging shoppers to try shopping online as an alternative to or extension of Black Friday. Eleven years later, Cyber Monday has earned the title of biggest online shopping day of the year. As shoppers continue to hunt deals, there is significant

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