Fraudsters turn to the human factor to boost their attacks

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    For all of today's sophisticated technology, sometimes there's no substitute for the human touch when it comes to getting the job done and it seems this applies to fraud as much as legitimate business. Online fraud prevention specialist Arkose Labs has released its latest Fraud and Abuse Report, which shows that human-driven attacks are up 90 percent in the last quarter of 2019 compared to the previous six months. The report analyzed more than 1.3 billion transactions spanning account registrations, logins and payments across the financial services, eCommerce, travel, social media, gaming and entertainment sectors. It looks at the mechanics of… [Continue Reading]
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