The pandemic accelerated the migration to digital services, with millions of U.S. consumers turning to the internet for everything from medical care to shopping and banking. But as consumers increasingly move their transactions online, criminals enjoy a landscape ripe for identity fraud, John Buzzard of Javelin Strategy writes in this Expert Insight.
In this episode of the podcast (#230) Siddarth Adukia, a regional Director at NCC Group, joins host Paul Roberts to talk about the (cyber) risks and (public health) rewards of vaccine passport systems: how they work, how they can be compromised and what to do about it.
Hacking attacks on 401(k) plans and retirement savings accounts are growing and court rulings could have a far-reaching impact on who is liable.
In this episode of the podcast (#181), we’re joined by Shashi Prakash, Chief Scientist at the firm Bolster.ai, to talk about the surge in COVID 19-themed scams and phishing attacks in recent weeks and what individuals and companies can do thwart COVID-themed scams and attacks.
This Cyber Monday may have been the biggest yet – and not just for shoppers and online retailers. Hackers use the year’s biggest online shopping day to cover their tracks. Brendon Macareg of Signal Sciences joins us to talk about Cyber Monday and the rising tide of e-commerce hacks.