Last week, the Justice Department indicted a 24 year old Vietnamese man with 15 counts of wire fraud, identity fraud, access device fraud and conspiracy charges, for his part in stealing and helping to sell ‘fullz’ packages of IDs online for over 500,000 people. These ‘fullz’ packages include a person’s name, date of birth, social security number, bank account number and bank routing number, and payment card data. Read more
Good news for customers of Easy Solutions’ Detect Monitoring Service (DMS). Our team has been hard at work making a number of performance improvements as well as several new front-end enhancements to this important service. With this new upgrade, customers will be even better equipped to manage the entire lifecycle of phishing attacks via real-time monitoring and connections analysis. Read more
Easy Solutions, the Total Fraud Protection® company, today announced that it has closed an $11 million Series B financing round from Medina Capital, a high-growth equity investment firm focused on the IT infrastructure sector. The funds will be leveraged to expand sales and marketing in the U.S. and worldwide in order to meet increasing demand for the company’s total fraud protection platform.
Thoughts from our CTO Dan Ingevaldson in Wired, on the Twitter breach and new SEC rules, and what that means for security…
As social media becomes an increasingly mainstream method of trusted communication, how can companies such as Twitter strike a balance between ease of use, and the need for greater security? How will users react when asked to adopt additional security related processes?