Fraud attacks on mobile transactions in Australia have increased by 26% this year compared to 2017, with a new cyber crime report also revealing that attacks have risen sharply around the world.
Cryptocurrency marketplaces, designed to facilitate trading on the full range of digital currencies, are experiencing a range of fraudulent activity, according to a new report from digital identity company ThreatMetrix.
Digital identity company ThreatMetrix is the only leader in multiple categories in Javelin Strategy and Research's Identity Proofing Platform Scorecard.
Dramatic cyber crime growth with 144 million attacks detected over the last 90 days mean they are at the highest-ever levels recorded, with emerging digital business models targeted by their evolving nature.
Cyber attacks in the Asia Pacific region in the last quarter of 2016 have rised by 35% year-on-year, with organisations being targeted more and more by fraud attacks.
ThreatMetrix has revealed a 50% increase in global attacks, with 1 in 10 new account applications now rejected and data breaches linked to heightened use of stolen identities.
The fact that the FBI was able to access data on an iPhone without Apple's intervention, using a method provided by an outsider, underscores the risk that was initially outlined by Apple, according to a senior official at digital identity firm ThreatMetrix.
Mapping the ‘foundation for global shared intelligence,’ ThreatMetrix says its ‘data science innovation maps billions of identity associations and gets stronger with every transaction.’
With an 80% increase in fraud attacks detected and stopped year-on-year, Threatmetrix’s detailed 33-page report is a must-read cybercrime thriller.
Digital identity company ThreatMetrix has made 16 cybercrime predictions for 2016, with four main themes that all revolve around digital identities.
The latest quarterly cybercrime report from ThreatMetrix has arrived, with the ThreatMetrix Digital Identity Network analysing and protecting more than a billion transactions monthly.
ThreatMetrix’s quarterly report looks at cybercrime attacks detected by its ‘Digital Identity Network’, analysing over a billion transactions monthly to do so.
From prior to TrustDefender through to ThreatMetrix today, Andreas Baumhof has been at the cutting edge of cyber security, with his annual cybercrime predictions definitely worth perusing.
Global US-based cybercrime protection firm Threatmetrix has released its latest Fall 2014 Release with a host of new and upgraded enterprise-class security solutions, turning things up past 11… to 12!
Cybercrime security solutions company, ThreatMetrix, has appointed former IBM security sales executive Ben Fitzpatrick as Regional Sales Director for Australia and New Zealand.
Security vendor ThreatMetrix has measured the device source of Internet transactions. Over one quarter are now carried out on a mobile device.
More than 200 people turned up for the first full day Techconnect event in Sydney today, which brings together technology entrepreneurs, incubators and investors from all over Australia. One of the first things delegates learned was what it takes to scale internationally from an Australian base - and moving to Silicon Valley probably isn't it.
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