Digital ecosystem in India is giving criminals a potential goldmine for cybercrime-related activities, says Richard Booth of security firm RSA
We spoke to Richard Booth of RSA Security, who leads the fraud and risk intelligence business in RSA for Asia Pacific and Japan regions, on the current trends in the sphere of online fraud
OnePlus issues an official response to address concerns regarding security of credit card information
We contacted OnePlus to address these complaints and in return, the company sent this link to a forum post answering most questions about the issue.
With the country still recovering from hard cash and demonetisation in effect, it is obvious that instances of card fraud would be on the rise in the coming months.
The payment processing company Visa will roll out a new feature this spring that will allow its cardholders to inform their banks where they are automatically, using the location function found in nearly every smartphone.
An Indian businessman, involved in $200 million credit card fraud schemes, has pleaded guilty to his role in the conspiracy and now faces a penalty of 15 years in prison.
As social media has become increasingly influential in shaping reputations, hackers have used their computer skills to create and sell false endorsements...
Two Indian-Americans Baljit Singh and Sharanjit Kaur were sentenced for 20 years in federal prison and a USD 500,000 fine in an international money laundering case
13 persons of Indian origin have been charged by federal authorities for stealing credit card data of thousands of customers to buy high-end products worth over $13 million, including Apple gadgets and Gucci bags.
According to an FIR filed with the Mumbai Police, Birla's credit card was cloned and used to buy goods worth Rs 2.68 lakh in Bangalore.
This partnership brings together Accertify's Intercepta, which sorts through suspicious transactions, with WNS' process expertise necessary for manual verification.