With Digital Shadows SearchLight™, an airline discovered that a trove of frequent flyer accounts had been compromised and posted for sale online. Airline points are valuable assets that can be sold on criminal marketplaces or redeemed for merchandise, impacting company revenue and customer loyalty. The airline is a long-standing client who engaged us in detecting reward points fraud as part of comprehensive monitoring for data loss, brand exposure and supply chain risks.
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Business Email Compromise: Best Practices Preventing Email Cyber Attacks From Stealing Millions
During this session you’ll learn from Dean Kinsman, Supervisory Special Agent with the FBI Cyber Division i...
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Hear from Neal Humphrey of ThreatQuotient and Brian Roy of Digital Shadows who will explain how to use tailored threat intelligence from the open, deep, and dark web to identify risks, gain context ab
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In this research, Digital Shadows outlines the declining barriers to entry for this type of fraud. Check out our key findings.
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Regional Bank Customers at Risk Due to Data Loss and Payment Card Fraud
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