Action Fraud, the UK's national fraud and cyber-crime reporting centre, has launched a 24/7 live cyber-attack helpline. During its pilot since October 2016, Action Fraud's 24/7 cyber-helpline received 377 reports.
Consumers are now able to authenticate themselves with their credit and debit card issuers when buying online by using web browsers or via mobile applications using the new EMV® 3DS standard, designed to cut online card fraud.
Cyber-criminals took advantage of popular cryptocurrency exchange Poloniex's lack of an official app to dupe unsuspecting users into downloading credential stealing malware.
Fraud and computer misuse offences accounted for almost half of the 10.8m criminal acts recorded by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in its Crime Survey for England and Wales (CESW), accounting for some 5m crimes.
Banks face a new hybrid threat from hackers that has already netted criminals a cool £30 million, according to a new report.
Flashpoint researchers spotted Russian speaking cyber-criminals using Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) services to bypass phone call transaction verifications.
Ukrainian police arrested a man earlier this month for helping spread the NotPetya ransomworm through his social media outlets.
The company rushed to emphasise that he did not fall for a type of crime which it protects against.
As fraud rises, a new report has revealed that biometric-based authentication is set to become more prevalent in the UK.
New report from security company Trustwave illustrates a wave of crime looking to steal payment information from those in the hospitality, retail and food and beverage industries.
The biometrics firm argues that the issues with biometrics often cloud over the benefits gained from using them.
The European law enforcement organisation says that thanks to the malicious activities carried out by the group, 3,000 victims have lost roughly half a million Euros.
David Emm discusses the various types of tax scams and top tips for staying safe when managing tax affairs this year.
John Cannon evaluates the debate on the impact of Brexit on fraud in the UK, examining the reasons why fraud may not be as catastrophic as businesses think.
A survey conducted by new data global law firm Paul Hastings reveals fears British consumers have when using new payment methods.
Carl Boraman looks at the analytics available from cloud-based services and what customers can do to detect fraud in VoIP services.
Financial Fraud Action UK (FFA UK) has released official figures showing that the UK lost £2 million each day during 2016 as a result of financial fraud.
Nine out of 10 fraudulent applications for bank accounts and other financial products made online.
According to Rik Ferguson, VP of security research at Trend Micro, businesses should be paying close attention to how their business operates and ensuring they secure the process, and don't allow anyone to hack it.
New survey indicates 3 million British businesses were compromised by cyber-attacks last year.
More than half of retail fraud is now cyber-enabled, amounting to approximately £100 million in losses.
Financial services sector sees a drop in number of fraud cases but fraud in public administration increases 200 percent.
Indian police have arrested eight criminals who were purporting to scam unsuspecting victims out of hundreds of pounds in order to restore working order of their machines.
Equifax look at the growth of identity fraud and what can be done about it.
London's Metropolitan Police grab a suspect while on the phone, and continuously swipe to keep his phone open, so they can grab data from the phone.
One of Imperva's security researchers has warned of automated registration bots, says "they're great at concealing fraud."
Tesco Bank was allegedly warned of fraudsters using "Glitch 91" to steal money, and failed to protect its customers.
Nearly half (48 percent) of consumers who shopped online in the past year have experienced payment fraud.
With a reported 20,000 customers losing money over the weekend, Tesco Bank appears to be struggling to deal with the volume of customers demanding their money back. Should Tesco have been better prepared?