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Who Is Looking Out For eCommerce Merchants?

Guest Post Written by: Daryn Griggs, Co-Founder, Payshield, Certified eCommerce Fraud Professional The events of COVID 19 have seen a massive increase in online shopping around the world including people who have never shopped online before. Naturally with an increase in online shopping comes an increase in online fraud, and the biggest fraud increase? Friendly Fraud!

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Cyber Weekend Fraud Declines See 30% Increase Year-Over-Year and 50% Increase Relative to Rest of Year

The number of order attempts declined for suspected fraud increased by nearly 30 percent year-over-year for orders between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday, according to data from iovation, that also found a fraud decline rate 50 percent higher than the yearly average (15 percent vs. 10 percent). Likewise, a cyber security firm found a 63 percent

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How WireCash Manages Fraud and Found Success Underwriting Digital Money Transfers to High Risk Markets

How well would your fraud management program perform if your organization depended on it for doing business with customers from countries like Ukraine and Nigeria? Now what if we said your business was facilitating money remittances to these countries? WireCash is doing just that, and we sought to uncover how this could be possible by

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About Social Engineering: A Case Study and How it Relates to Spear Phishing

This guest blog post from a Certified eCommerce Fraud Professional discusses a case study involving a social engineering attack against an airline, as well as discusses methods for deception and intrusion with spear phishing attacks related to social engineering and fraudsters ultimately attempting to reverse engineer an organization’s risk management policies and practices. Read More

 
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