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AIOps and ITPA: 7 Steps for Using Automation to Prevent Credit Card Fraud

Incident response is one of the most prevalent, time-consuming, and challenging processes in an already complex IT environment. At the height of digital transformation and organizational strategy, businesses are craving success and growth during a time when next to nothing seems certain.

Factors to Consider When Choosing a High-Risk Merchant Account Provider

Selecting the right high-risk merchant account provider is a crucial decision for businesses operating in industries deemed high-risk by traditional financial institutions. Such industries include e-commerce, online gambling, and adult entertainment. A high-risk merchant account allows businesses to accept credit card payments and manage transactions securely. However, due to the associated risks, not all merchant account providers are willing to work with high-risk businesses.

Why Scammers Want Your Information and How to Protect Yourself Online

In the digital age, where our lives are interlinked with technology, protecting ourselves from online threats has become the prime concern. Scammers are constantly evolving their tactics to exploit unsuspecting individuals for their personal information, which can lead to identity theft, financial loss, and other detrimental consequences. Understanding why scammers want your information and adopting effective protective measures to combat it can help safeguard your online presence. This article explores the motives behind scammers' actions and provides practical tips to enhance your online security.

The Role of Technology in Detecting and Preventing Business Fraud

Fraud is an ever-present threat to businesses, costing companies billions of dollars in losses each year. The ability to detect and prevent it has become increasingly important as criminals continue to find new ways to exploit vulnerabilities in corporate systems. Fortunately, technology can play a major role in helping organizations identify and stop fraudulent activities before they occur. Read on to find out how!

5 Ways to Use Log Analytics and Telemetry Data for Fraud Prevention

As fraud continues to grow in prevalence, SecOps teams are increasingly investing in fraud prevention capabilities to protect themselves and their customers. One approach that’s proved reliable is the use of log analytics and telemetry data for fraud prevention. By collecting and analyzing data from various sources, including server logs, network traffic, and user behavior, enterprise SecOps teams can identify patterns and anomalies in real time that may indicate fraudulent activity.

Phishing and Identity Fraud Protection for Remote Teams

Did you know that remote teams are more vulnerable to phishing and identity fraud schemes? In this blog post, we will discuss the dangers of phishing and how you can protect your team from falling victim to scams. We will also provide tips for preventing data loss and protecting your company's confidential information.

Fight the phish using Bubble Wrap

Bubble wrap®. That obsessively addictive plastic material, made up of hundreds of small air-filled bubbles we all love to squeeze. Although I tend to think of Bubble Wrap as the original fidget toy—melting away our anxieties with every satisfying pop—most people associate it with helping to protect their most precious collectibles when in transit or being placed in long-term storage.


5 Automated Anti-Phishing Protection Techniques

In an age when attackers create over a million phishing sites each month, and phishing serves as a beachhead for 95 percent of all attacks against enterprise networks, how can businesses respond? Part of the answer lies in educating users to recognize and report phishing, of course. But user education only goes so far – particularly because the same statistics cited above show that, on average, only 3 percent of users will report phishing emails.


Detect application abuse and fraud with Datadog

Protecting your applications from abuse of functionality requires understanding which application features and workflows may be misused as well as the ability to quickly identify potential threats to your services. This visibility is particularly critical in cases where an adversary finds and exploits a vulnerability—such as inadequate authentication controls—to commit fraud.