Legitimate retailers aren’t the only ones offering up deals to drive holiday spending. On the deep and dark web, many criminal marketplaces advertise sales on illegal wares such as stolen credentials, which criminals can use to take over consumer accounts, steal funds, and siphon rewards points. Discounts are steep, providing an easy entry point for criminals who want to resell a few stolen accounts or even purchase the means to take over their own.
In this webinar, SpyCloud researchers discuss the trends they’ve tracked on criminal ecommerce sites, including fresh data on how Black Friday 2019 sales affected prices and sales volumes for different types of illegitimate access to consumer products – and why your enterprise needs to take that data into account to protect your consumers from account takeover fraud.
View this on-demand webinar to learn the results of their research, including:
How these criminal marketplaces operate and why you should care
What criminals are buying (Disney+ credentials, anyone?), what prices they’re paying, and what volume of illegal merchandise exchanged hands this Black Friday
Which industries and account types are the most popular with cybercriminals this year, and what that means for the upcoming holiday season
What enterprises can do to protect themselves and their consumers from account takeover fraud
Solution: Consumer ATO Prevention
Protect your users from account takeover fraud and unauthorized purchases.
The activity we saw on criminal marketplaces during the 2020 holiday shopping season surprised us – huge spikes in the sales of crimeware tools and stolen credentials for particular restaurants, airlines and other consumer services accounts. Get the details in this on-demand webinar.
SpyCloud solutions are backed by the world’s most current and comprehensive repository of recaptured data from breaches, malware infections, and other underground sources – with billions of exposed credentials and PII. It’s the same data that fraudsters use, but we make it actionable to prevent account takeover, ransomware attacks, and online fraud.
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