According to online fraud pioneer Brett ‘Gollumfun’ Johnson, “A complete identity profile of a specific victim is sold on cybercrime forums and DarkNet marketplaces every day for as low as $10.”
Due to large scale data compromises, fraudsters have easier-than-ever access to customer identities. But there’s one key piece that fraudsters need to successfully commit synthetic ID fraud: an email address.
Join Mike Ngan, Analytics Manager, Head of Fraud Analytics at Enova International, Amador Testa, CPO at Emailage and DJ Murphy, Editor-in-Chief at Card Not Present as they break down how to fight back against this clear and present threat.
- Why Synthetic ID Fraud is the new go to for fraudsters
- How network intelligence can help identify and halt suspicious patterns
- What a sophisticated approach to predicting and assessing synthetic ID fraud risk entails
- Why the email address is critical for fraudsters committing synthetic ID fraud