Written by: Balasys
The infograph gives insight into the global trends concerning fraud and demonstrates why you need to implement fraud prevention measures.
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Csaba Krasznay: Wars and Cyber Warfare in the Age of APIs
A new chapter in the security of our world opened on 24 February 2022. The term ‘our world’ must also include cyberspace, as the Ukrainian-Russian war has openly demonstrated our dependence on information systems and the vulnerability of this ecosystem. Although the news of the war is still concerned with conventional armed clashes, more and more information is available concerning the activities and tools of the various state and non-state hacker groups. Companies can prepare for the re-emphasis on cyber operations as the battles in physical space subside, with the difference that perhaps less significance will be placed on financial gain and far more on destruction. Most of enterprise IT has already migrated to the cloud and solutions that exchange data through APIs, which have have become widespread. However, the rapid transition has focused on efficiency rather than cybersecurity. It is no coincidence that, according to Gartner, APIs are expected to be the most attacked interfaces in 2022.
API security and online fraud? What is the connection?
According to Europol, online fraud is one of the major cyberthreats we face. One of the effective tools against them is a content analysis on API traffic.
Weakened encryption is a silver bullet - not just for law enforcement agencies, but for cybercriminals
United Nations are preparing to negotiate a draft of a new convention on cybercrime. Szilárd Pfeiffer has shared his thoughts on data privacy and encryption at an intersessional consultation of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.