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  |  By Kate Cox
Cybersecurity teams are under immense pressure in 2024. They need to be more efficient than ever to stay ahead of evolving threats. This means embracing new technologies, strategies, and frameworks. One powerful tool in their arsenal is the threat intelligence lifecycle—a vital but challenging aspect of proactive cyber defense. Forward-thinking enterprises understand the value of a structured approach to threat intelligence.
  |  By David Habusha
Account takeover (ATO) fraud poses a serious and personal threat, especially when it compromises something as critical as your bank account. Imagine the shock and helplessness of discovering you’re suddenly barred from accessing your own financial resources. This violation isn’t just about unauthorized transactions or financial losses; it’s a profound breach of your privacy.
  |  By Zach Lakovics
Navigating the internet today can be a minefield. With the rise of malicious websites, customers and employees must now think twice before clicking on unfamiliar links or sites. Attackers often try to spoof and ‘brandjack’ well-reputed organizations and lure users into giving away personal info, money or letting hackers into their systems.
  |  By Eran Tsur
It’s no longer a question of ‘if’, but ‘when’ and ‘how’ cyber threats will target an organization. This reality demands a proactive approach to digital security. Recent data shows that over 85% of organizations have experienced a cyber attack supporting this need for vigilance. These incidents range from data breaches to brand impersonation, each carrying significant risks to business integrity and continuity.
  |  By Ori Mazin
It’s surprising how much website security today is often lacking, even across major and popular sites. Needless to say, such security gaps leave businesses vulnerable to hackers, viruses, and other cyber threats. Consider this: A recent brand impersonation fraud campaign targeted over 100 popular apparel brands with a vast network of 3,000+ spoofed brand websites.
  |  By Ran Arad
Cybercriminals are notoriously adept at evolving their strategies and tactics to defraud individuals and businesses out of their hard-earned money. One perfect example of the evolution of effective and illusive financial fraud is card skimming. But is card skimming still a thing in 2024? Very much so. According to the FBI, card skimming fraud still costs financial institutions and American consumers more than $1 billion yearly—and it’s growing.
  |  By Eran Tsur
Brace for impact—CISOs and IT professionals are gearing up for what promises to be an intense year in cybersecurity. Cybercriminals are readying themselves with increasingly cunning tactics against unsuspecting organizations and users. From leveraging artificial intelligence in creating bespoke malware to launching impressively uncanny spoofed sites, the risks are becoming increasingly intricate and difficult to predict.
  |  By Ran Arad
With personal data or business communications, our vast digital footprint is vulnerable to malefactors. Consequently, safeguarding sensitive information has become a pressing concern for companies of all sizes. The cost of cybercrime was $8 trillion globally in 2023 and is projected to hit $10.5 trillion by 2025. This alarming statistic emphasizes the escalating threat and the critical need for robust cybersecurity measures.
  |  By Lori Moss
The thriving online marketplace holds boundless opportunities for businesses and consumers. But lurking beneath the surface of convenient digital transactions is a persistent threat: ecommerce fraud. Consider the unsuspecting customer who stumbles upon what looks like your online store, snags a coveted deal, and enters their payment details—only to find out later that a fraudster has stolen their financial data from a spoofed website.
  |  By Lori Moss
It’s easy to think that securing the systems and data of an organization is primarily a technological undertaking. The human element of your cybersecurity strategy is usually seen as a weakness—and not without reason. According to estimates, up to 95% of breaches involve a human element. There’s only so much that technology can do to safeguard against human error and neglect of cybersecurity principles.
  |  By Memcyco
Shira Rubinoff and David Habusha discuss the crucial topic of Single Sign-On (SSO) in the modern cybersecurity ecosystem, addressing misconceptions, convenience and also its security risks.
  |  By Memcyco
What are digital impersonation scams, and what damage do they cause? Watch this video with Shira Rubinoff and Memcyco's Zach Lakovics to unpack this important topic.
  |  By Memcyco
Discover cutting-edge strategies to combat the surge in account takeover fraud with insights from industry leaders in our latest webinar collaboration with Techstrong.
  |  By Memcyco
Watch Israel Mazin and Shira Rubinoff break down merging threats in online fraud, offering prevention and real-time detection strategies.
  |  By Memcyco
In this exclusive video interview, Israel unpacks the latest threats that businesses face in the digital age and shares his expert insights with Shira on fortifying defenses against the ever-changing tactics of cyber adversaries.
  |  By Memcyco
Cyber iCON 2024: Event sponsor, Memcyco, and host, Deloitte, present their cybersecurity partnership and market offering that will redefine what “cyber threat intelligence” can and should mean. Alongside exclusively invited partners, they’ll be sharing expert insight and stunning innovations in digital domain protection. This will be a unique platform for industry leaders hungry to fortify cyber threat defenses and exchange ideas while discovering breakthrough strategies and technologies.
  |  By Memcyco
If you visited a fake version of your website, could you tell the difference? What about your customers? Can they tell the difference? See this case study from one of Memcyco's clients. Period: a few months in 2023's results.
  |  By Memcyco
In an ever-shifting digital world, cybersecurity remains at the forefront of protecting our digital assets. We're excited to bring you the latest conversation between two prominent figures in the cybersecurity realm—Shira Rubinoff and Gideon Hazam. This engaging discussion delves deep into the dynamic cybersecurity landscape, providing you with invaluable insights.
  |  By Memcyco
Amidst the electric atmosphere of the Black Hat conference, where cybersecurity luminaries converge to explore cutting-edge innovations, a spotlight shone on Memcyco's CEO, Israel Mazin. In a recent interview captured on film, Israel Mazin engaged in a dialogue with tech influencer and member of our advisory board, Shira Rubinoff. Together, they delved deep into Memcyco's paradigm-shifting product solutions that are challenging the status quo of the threat intelligence landscape.
  |  By Memcyco
In today's competitive online marketplace, optimizing your website for maximum conversions is more important than ever. That's why we've created this comprehensive guide to help you identify the 10 surprising reasons that explain lower conversion rates. From website design to customer trust, we'll explore the factors that can impact your conversion rates and provide actionable tips to help you improve them.
  |  By Memcyco
As more businesses and individuals establish their online presence, the risk of brand impersonation attacks increases exponentially. These attacks can harm a brand's reputation, compromise end-user assets and even lead to financial losses.

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  • INSTANTLY KNOW when bad actors are researching your website code, to impersonate your site.
  • GET ON-THE-SPOT VISIBILITY of exactly which customers clicked a fake link, who visited which fake sites, and which customers had their credentials harvested.
  • TURN ATTACKS ON ATTACKERS, using bad actors' own credentials theft-attempts against them, automatically locking them out of your website and customer accounts when they try to use stolen credentials.
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The bottom line: if it's not real-time, it's not real digital risk protection.