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How AI is revolutionizing identity fraud

Nearly half of businesses reported a growth in synthetic identity fraud, while biometric spoofs and counterfeit ID fraud attempts also increased, according to AuthenticID. …

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Modernizing fraud prevention with machine learning

The number of digital transactions has skyrocketed. As consumers continue to spend and interact online, they have growing expectations for security and identity verification. …

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Connected cars and cybercrime: A primer

Original equipment suppliers (OEMs) and their suppliers who are weighing how to invest their budgets might be inclined to slow pedal investment in addressing cyberthreats. To …

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Surge in identity crime victims reporting suicidal thoughts

Identity theft can have great financial impact on the victims, but the experienced emotional, physical and psychological impact can be even more devastating, according to the …

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Scammers using AI voice technology to commit crimes

The usage of platforms like Cash App, Zelle, and Venmo for peer-to-peer payments has experienced a significant surge, with scams increasing by over 58%. Additionally, there …

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Consumers overestimate their deepfake detection skills

67% of consumers are aware of generative AI technologies but they overestimate their ability to detect a deepfake video, according to Jumio. Generative AI awareness among …

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Phishing campaign targets ChatGPT users

A clever phishing campaign aimed at stealing users’ business email account credentials by impersonating OpenAI, the company behind the ChatGPT chatbot, has been spotted …

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Identity crimes: Too many victims, limited resources

The Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) has documented incidents of identity theft reported during 2022 and the first quarter of 2023, highlighting the use of strategies by …

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Cybercriminals use simple trick to obtain personal data

People reveal more personal information when you ask them the same questions a second time – according to new research from the University of East Anglia. A new study reveals …

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Synthetic identity fraud calls for a new approach to identity verification

In 2022, US financial institutions and the credit card sector lost an estimated $4.88 billion to synthetic identities through falsified deposit accounts and unsecured credit …

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6 oversights that enable data breaches

Personal employee or customer data accounted for nearly 45% of all data stolen between July 2021 and June 2022, while companies’ source code and proprietary information …

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Cybercriminals are cashing in on FIFA World Cup-themed cyberattacks

The hype and popularity of the FIFA World Cup has attracted audiences from across the globe. And this, in turn attracts a variety of cybercriminals, who want to exploit the …

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