Brazilian Pix Payment Network: A Case Study in “Faster Payments, Faster Fraud”

By Gabriella / Jul 19, 2022

The term “sequestro relâmpago” (“lightning kidnapping”) first appeared in Brazil in the 1990s. “Lightning kidnapping” was coined to describe a particular kind of violent crime…

Fraud’s Dark Matter: The Universe of Scams Most of Us Never Know About

By PJ Rohall / Jun 1, 2022

Ana was emaciated when she arrived at the Brazilian embassy in Cairo. An amateur volleyball player once upon a time in Sao Paulo, Ana’s tall…


Rising Magecart Attacks Place Victims in Jeopardy

By Christopher Thomas / Oct 12, 2021

Key Findings Background Cybercriminals use a variety of methods to hack into targeted websites, one of the most effective of which is a Magecart attack.…


Data is the New Oil – Data Needs to Go Greener

By Uri Arad / Sep 29, 2021

Wildfires. Floods. Droughts. Hurricanes. July 2021 was the hottest month on record, since records began. We’re starting to experience the frightening impact of climate change,…


Investment, Acquisitions & IPO’s – Q3 2021

By Ronald / Sep 28, 2021

A little over 3 months ago, we wrote an article detailing the big investment and acquisitions in the fraud prevention space for the first half…

Synthetic IDs: To Stop Them, Know How to Build Them

By Kevin Danford / Dec 11, 2019

This is part two of our series on Synthetic ID’s. For part one: check out Intro to Synthetic ID’s From a Former FBI Fraud Fighter …

How a Fraud Expert Fell for a Fraud Scam

By PJ Rohall / Nov 15, 2019

The below article was written by Coby Montoya, Director, Risk Strategy at Deep Labs. Coby does an amazing job detailing his personal experience with a…

Sharing lightens the fraud burden for FIs

By Ronen Shnidman / Sep 5, 2019

Financial institutions (FIs) are focused on delivering a smooth customer experience (CX) that enables legitimate users to interact quickly, yet securely. According to a recent Aite…