Why Criminals Love Cards Issued by US BanksBlueliv's Liv Rowley Reviews the Latest Fraud, Malware, Credential Theft Trends
Some 96 percent of all compromised payment cards have been issued by U.S. banks, reflecting not only the prevalence of credit cards held by Americans, but the relative ease with which they can be used for fraud, says Liv Rowley of Blueliv.
In a video interview with Information Security Media Group at RSA Conference 2019 in San Francisco, Rowley discusses:
- The latest threat research into global credential theft, malware and fraud;
- Why 2019 is already the year of account takeover;
- Latin American cybercrime trends.
Rowley is a cybercrime intelligence analyst focusing on the deep and dark web for Blueliv. She previously worked as a threat intelligence analyst for Flashpoint.