The Flashpoint Guide to Card Fraud: How Financial Institutions Can Better Detect, Mitigate, and Prevent Fraud

Card Fraud, or carding, describes the process by which threat actors gain access to, and then leverage, stolen credentials or stolen credit card data in order to fraudulently purchase goods and services—or, to monetize ongoing fraud operations (or for sheer profit) by reselling them on the deep and dark web.  For threat actors, cybercrime is a lucrative if risky business to be in. And for the organizations, communities, and individuals they target, it can be costly to fall victim to their malicious schemes.

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October 26, 2021