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Merchants Get Real To Stop Fake Human Fraud Attacks

PYMTS TV Matt Nesto and Dave SenciPYMTS | June 14, 2021 – Fraud hasn’t only increased in amount, but it has gotten smarter, more sophisticated and harder to spot. Businesses should also get more sophisticated. They need to take a broader look at their transactions to learn how to spot this new, emerging face of fraud. “A human-driven attack isn’t as obvious as a basic large-scale attack,” says Dave Senci, Vice President of Product Development at NuData Security. “It’s a low and slow attack that is

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How Merchants Can Prevent Account Takeovers—and Why Failing to Do So Amplifies Operational Expenses

Robert-Capps-FeaturedPaymentsJournal | January 12, 2021 – Each year, successful data breaches result in the exposure of millions of credentials that can be used by cybercriminals to commit fraud. “If we can subdivide the world into human and non-human at a very fine-tuned level, a lot of problems like credential stuffing and human emulating can be identified and potentially mitigated,” says Robert Capps, VP of Marketplace Innovation at NuData Security. For the complete article, see How Merchants Can Prevent Account Takeovers—and

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Holiday Shopping: Linking to Gifts or The Trapdoor for Cybercrime

November 27, 2018 — Santa Claus may not be the only one coming to town this holiday season. As cybercriminals gear up to take advantage of of online shopping systems, here’s what you can do to stay cyber safe. With the holiday season right around the corner, both merchants and consumers need to make sure they’re prepared for a new wave of cyber attacks.   Robert Capps, VP at NuData Security, in his latest article explores how cybercriminals are using

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Biometric Update: Hackers Beware: Passive Biometrics is Turning the Tables on Cybercrime

October 17, 2018 — Say goodbye to passwords. Passive biometrics and behavioural analytics are changing the way users are verified online.    This Halloween, monsters aren’t the only ones out to get you. Robert Capps, VP at NuData, in his latest article talks about the inadequacy of passwords in authentication and how they no longer create a barrier against fraud due to their weakness. No matter how creative we think they are. However, with the rise of cutting-edge technologies like

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PaymentsSource: Point of sale attacks are a ‘point of no return’

September 19, 2018 — Cybercriminals are getting creative with malware for point of sale devices – and what you need to know to protect your data.   Ryan Wilk, VP at NuData, in his latest article discusses how increased malware creativity and sophistication targeted at point of sale (POS) systems is leaving data such as credit card information exposed. The new malware targets system weaknesses that have affected many household brands in the last months. Necessary precautions need to be incorporated

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