Underground card shops serve as enduring sources of payment card information, with a large number of shops hosting compromised credit card information existing in the Deep and Dark Web. The information sold by these shops varies and may include dumps (information skimmed from the magnetic stripe of a card) for in-store fraud schemes or cards (card number and associated information) for card-not-present transactions, such as online purchases. Flashpoint’s director of Eastern European research and analysis Roman Sannikov, and senior intelligence analyst Mike Small detail how these underground card shops help cybercriminals skirt the anti-fraud measures to help retailers understand how to better prepare and protect their environments.
This webinar is open to RH-ISAC Members and eligible retail cybersecurity practitioners. Email events@RH-ISAC.org to RSVP.