Any botnet or automated activity using fraudulent clicks, referrals, malicious redirects, or malware installations is considered advertising fraud. Learn how you can prevent advertising fraud and boost your return on ad spend (ROAS).
Cyber-criminals engage in online insurance fraud by submitting applications with fabricated data or creating multiple accounts to "double dip" on fraudulent claims. Learn more about online insurance fraud and what you can do to prevent it.
Learn about the different types of online travel fraud including payment fraud, chargeback fraud, account takeover, and identity theft, and how to detect and prevent them in this comprehensive blog post.
Online marketplace fraud is when unethical buyers or sellers try to make an illicit profit through fraudulent activity. Learn about common types of marketplace scams and how you can protect your users from online marketplace fraud.
Criminals use bank drops to deposit and move money obtained illegally. Learn about bank drops, how they work, and how banks can use digital identity platforms to stay ahead of fraudsters and protect their customers' financial well-being.
Online auction fraud is a type of online crime where scammers attempt to steal goods and money from unsuspecting victims. By creating fake accounts, scammers bid on items they never intend to pay for and often use stolen credit cards or fraudulent payment methods. Victims may also be targeted through phishing scams. Stay informed about online auction fraud and protect yourself from becoming a victim.
Learn how you can protect your business from fraudsters hiding behind VPNs with browser fingerprinting. Get an overview of virtual private networks, why it is ineffective against fingerprinting, and ways to safeguard your business.
Bot mitigation is a process used to detect malicious bots and protect websites from their activities. It works by identifying suspicious behavior and then blocking it before any damage can be done. Learn how bot mitigation can protect your business from malicious threats and safeguard customer and corporate data.
Peer-to-peer payments are digital payments that allow users to send and receive money directly from one person to another without needing a bank or other traditional financial institution. As more people use P2P payment systems, the potential for scams and fraud increases. In this fraud research guide, we provide you with the information you need to stay safe when managing P2P payments.
Here are a few of the largest data breaches across industries that happened in 2022. From Cryptocurrecy to the Los Angeles school system, no one is safe from fraudulent activity. Learn about what you can do to protect your online business.