Retailers worldwide are set to lose some US$130 billion in digital CNP (Card-not-Present) fraud between 2018 and 2023, according to a new report highlighting the use of increasingly complex approaches by fraudsters.
Having organisations break down historic barriers and more proactively share data and risks helps the industry as a whole do a better job collectively in identifying fraud, Stewart Bradley says.
Fake websites, bogus telephone calls and fake emails are part of the scam inventory being used in Australia as scammers increasingly use fake charities or impersonate real charities on unsuspecting victims, according to a new report.
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