Multiple cybercriminal groups appear to be targeting relatively new entrants in the space with phishing attacks. In what cybersecurity analysts at Group-IB call a "cannibalistic approach," these gangs are impersonating underground card shops to dupe the newbies for monetary gain.
With many countries opening up for tourists, the airline industry is seeing a rise in fraudulent credit card transactions, says Johan Waldeck, senior forensic investigator at Comair Limited, a leading South African airline company.
Australia is currently the 10th largest ecommerce market in the world by revenue. The ecommerce market value is at $33.1 billion, with an estimated growth rate of 8.9% in 2021.
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Neiman Marcus Group says it is notifying 4.6 million of its online customers who are affected by a data breach that occurred in May 2020. The data includes personally identifiable data, payment and gift cards, online account credentials and security questions.
In its latest quarterly fraud and payments report, Outseer notes a 58% increase in brand abuse - a trend that's only going to grow, says COO Jim Ducharme. He analyzes this and other fraud trends, including how to reduce fraud without compromising user experience.
A Russian-speaking cybercriminal recently sold on a darknet forum thousands of stolen payment and gift cards that researchers at Gemini Advisory believe were taken from the now-defunct online gift card exchange Cardpool.com.
As digital payments have skyrocketed as a result of the surge in e-commerce during the pandemic, more organizations have provided feedback on enhancing EMVCo's specifications to help fight fraud, two executives with the global technical body say.
A Russian national who co-founded the Infraud Organization's online cybercrime forum, which trafficked in stolen payment card data and was tied to more than $560 million in fraud losses, has been sentenced to serve 10 years in prison.
Cybercriminal gangs operating darknet stolen payment card marketplaces are scrambling to attract customers from the now-closed Joker's Stash card market, according to the security firms Kela and Flashpoint.
Other darknet marketplaces apparently are preparing to fill the underground economy's need for a steady stream of stolen payment card data if the Joker's Stash site closes Feb. 15 as its administrator has announced. Some researchers believe the administrator may even launch a new marketplace.
Joker's Stash, the notorious underground marketplace that has specialized in the sale of stolen payment card data, is reportedly shutting down in February with its administrator claiming he will "retire" at that time, according to Gemini Advisory. Researchers say fraudsters will quickly move to other sites.
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