GIACT On Payments’ $29M Wire Fraud Wake-Up Call

Last week, the U.S. subsidiary of Japan’s largest financial media organization, Nikkei, made headlines for the reason that no firm ever wants.

[Case Study] Top 5 Online Travel Agency Outsmarts Fraudsters

Learn how a multibillion dollar online travel agency reduced fraud by 30% in just 90 days.

Introducing the New Advanced Credit Cards, where the CVVs will change every hour, a huge blow for the cyber-criminals.

Every time your credit card is cloned from an ATM, or taken from a web site, it is wide open for a stealer/criminal to use till you catch on and cancel it.

Mind your own business! CEOs who misuse data could end up in jail

The Mind Your Own Business Act would jail top executives for 20 years if their companies were found lying about misusing citizens’ information.

Online Travel Fraud: 5 Ways Machine Learning Prevents OTA Fraud

Machine Learning fraud solutions detect risk signals across thousands of variables in real-time. We'll follow a transaction to see it in action.

Russian state hackers rarely share code with one another

A first-of-its-kind research project highlights the connections between nearly 2,000 samples of Russian APT malware.

Hospital data breaches could lead to identity theft, financial fraud

Hackers do not always target retail stores and banks; they also target hospitals. By doing so, they can obtain a significant amount of extremely sensitive information.

Hackers Selling Business, Customer Data at Bargain Prices

"Businesses should understand that identity theft impacts both their customers and the business"

Future of Fraud 2020 – Insights from Whitney Anderson, CEO of

Fraud is more nuanced, more complex and evolving faster than ever before.

Google reportedly attains ‘quantum supremacy’

Its quantum computer can solve tasks that are otherwise unsolvable, a report says.

Database leaks data on most of Ecuador’s citizens

Elasticsearch server leaks personal data on Ecuador's citizens, their family trees, and children, but also some users' financial records and car registration information.

Email wire fraud is so simple for criminals to pull off, it’s cost companies $26 billion

The money, once wired, is not typically covered by the sending bank, and there are few insurance options to recover it.