Did you miss these February business headlines? We’ve compiled the top global news stories that you need to stay in-the-know on the latest hot topics and insights from our experts.
Credit card fraud jumps to a five-year high
The Mail Online covers why, according to Experian, cold-calling, text scams and crypto fraud will rise in 2022, while also pointing to a rise in fraudulent credit card applications, particularly during the busy Christmas period.
The future of fraud: How digital dependency creates infinite opportunity for scammers
In this Forbes article, David Armano writes about the futuristic nature of Experian’s Future of Fraud Forecast for 2022, and why digital transformation has created new opportunities across the fraud landscape.
Your digital impression is your first impression, here’s how to make it count
Inc.com looks at why your digital first impression is the new first impression, and what you can do about it. Read about the four areas to focus on to put your best foot forward digitally in 2022.
The markets, Ukraine, cyberthreats, and supply risks
In this episode of The Tape podcast, David Britton, Global Strategy for Identity & Fraud at Experian, talks about internet fraud and how it affects consumers and businesses.
Fraud suspicions have a record high in 2021 in Brazil, says Serasa
Last year Brazil had 4.1 million transactions suspected of fraud, according to the Serasa Experian Fraud Index. Read about what type of fraud threats are included, and what 2022 might look like across the fraud landscape.
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