Card Not Present invited Featurespace Fraud Market Expert, PJ Rohall, to share his insights into a topic widely covered at CNP Expo 2019; Social Engineering.
One of the most perfidious types of fraud is social engineering, which is growing at an alarming rate. In this article for Card Not Present, PJ Rohall explores the various channels used in Social Engineering, the different fraud attacks that can follow a breach and the ways in which businesses can protect themselves, and their customers, from these dedicated fraudsters.
About the author:
PJ has a decade of experience in fraud prevention, driving education, innovation and mitigation across multiple industries and fraud use cases. PJ co-founded About-Fraud, a Global Community for Fraud Fighters, in 2017 and has driven community growth to over 6,800 members. As a Fraud Market Expert with Featurespace, PJ collaborates across various departments to educate and align complex fraud use cases with the powerful ARIC Risk Hub. PJ’s expertise extends across merchants and banks, leveraging tenacious curiosity to stay abreast of the most relevant fraud trends.
More from PJ:
The Risks of E-Commerce: Tackling Triangulation Fraud
Taking Social Engineering Personally: An Attendee’s Take on CNP Expo