Social media has created many new ways for people to interact. While this can be viewed as exciting, it also leaves users vulnerable to identity theft.
The FTC is fighting back against annoying and criminal robocalls, which have been made possible thanks to the growth of voice-over-IP (VoIP) technology.
Criminals may use synthetic identities to execute buy-and-ship fraud schemes, purchasing cars with false details with no intent of paying.
The holiday season is upon us and charity fraud is a concern once again, just as it has been in the past. Here's what consumers need to know.
Tax refund fraud is catching the attention of cybercriminals, who are committing identity theft to claim a piece of this billion-dollar industry.
Successfully reducing the threat of financial crime requires collaboration and intelligence sharing across different financial institutions.
Private enterprises can learn a lot from agencies tied to the health care industry, some of which are leveraging analytical tools to curb Medicare fraud.
Card cracking, also know as card popping, is a relatively unsophisticated debit card fraud scheme flying under the radar at financial institutions.
Stolen identity tax fraud is a growing problem in the United States as criminals steal victims' PII and file returns on behalf of them.
Unemployment insurance fraud is often an undetected way cybercriminals can reap financial benefit from an identity stolen from a data breach.