New Cybercrime Report Spotlights Anatomy of Global Fraud Networks
Get the latest update (July - December 2019) on global, regional and industry views of fraud activity based on nearly 19 billion digital transactions worldwide.
Fraud is constantly evolving. As government agencies close one door to fraud, fraudsters find another. The LexisNexis® Digital Identity Network® tracks cybercrime to help us develop fraud prevention solutions for these agencies.
The findings crystalize how fraud has increasingly become borderless on a global scale. As the report analysis shows, cybercrime is a well-organized, global endeavor powered by networks of fraud that are able to harness stolen identity data to launch corresponding cross-border fraud attacks.
You can use this information to help you stay a step ahead and learn how your agency can protect its data against fraud and cybercrime.
Key findings in the LexisNexis Risk Solutions Cybercrime Report include:
- The prevalence of global, networked cybercrime continues.
- Mobile attacks now outnumber desktop attacks.
- Mobile apps are more vulnerable than mobile browsers.
- Though global bot volume is down, some regions have seen strong growth.
- The largest attack volumes continue to originate from North America and Europe.
Plus: Insights on protecting government agencies against these and other threats
With the LexisNexis Risk Solutions Cybercrime Report, you can discover how layered, digital identity-based approaches to cybersecurity can dramatically reduce fraud and other digital cyber-attacks. Agencies can combat networked fraud by utilizing solutions like networks and consortia to share intelligence related to cybercrime.
Download the complimentary report now to get the latest information for protection from the growing threat of networked cybercrime. If you’d like to explore specific solutions for your agency, check the box on the form for a LexisNexis Risk Solutions representative to contact you, or call us at 1-888-579-7638.