Spot the Impostor: Tackling the Rise in Social Engineering Scams

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Social engineering scams are on the rise worldwide. In the last year, the number of social engineering scams have increased 57%, and impostor scams were the number one type of fraud reported by consumers, according to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.Legacy fraud prevention controls that rely on device, IP and network-based attributes are no longer a match on their own for cybercriminals who have learned to spoof them, use malware to take over a device, or even convince victims to make the payment themselves.Download the white paper to explore:

  • What is contributing to the outbreak of social engineering scams
  • How government and industry are responding to the problem
  • New strategies to identify these attacks where other controls have failed