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Notable Cybersecurity Industry Veterans Join Bolster's Leadership and Advisory Board

Leading Fraud Detection and Prevention Platform Fortifies Its Key Leadership Roles With Top Talent

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(Security Boulevard) COVID-19 Pandemic Takes Toll on Cybersecurity

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an ideal environment for cybercriminals to launch phishing campaigns intended to enable criminal activities ranging from simple theft of credentials to outright fraud. The depth of the illicit activity, however, is now reaching unprecedented levels...

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(Entirely Business News) Bolster's AI engine detects surge in COVID-19 phishing and counterfeit websites

Technology Business News - Bolster, the AI powered fraud prevention company that protects some of the largest Fortune 500 companies from counterfeit activity, has just released its Q1 2020 State of Phishing and Online Fraud Report COVID Edition...

(CNBC) Here’s how far hackers are willing to go to steal your stimulus check

During the first quarter, data security company Bolster found more than 145,000 suspicious domain registrations with the term “stimulus check” in them. Scammers also created more than 60,000 phony banking sites during the first three months of the year...

(TechRepublic) The 3 most popular coronavirus-related scams

The outbreak of COVID-19 has triggered a wave of scams, from fake pharmacies to stimulus payment promises to phony cryptocurrency wallets, says Bolster. Almost since the start of the coronavirus, cybercriminals have been exploiting the pandemic to deploy malware in an effort to scam people curious or fearful about the disease...

(ABC News) Pandemic has spawned 'record-breaking' cybercriminal activity: Report

One firm documented a massive spike in both phishing and website scams. As the coronavirus pandemic has spread around the world, cybersecurity experts are tracking “record-breaking” levels of cybercriminal activity...

(Help Net Security) COVID-19 has contributed to record breaking cybercriminal activity

There has been an exponential growth in phishing and website scams in Q1 2020, according to a Bolster analysis of over 1 billion websites. 854,441 confirmed phishing and ...

(Help Net Security) COVID-19 has contributed to record breaking cybercriminal activity

There has been an exponential growth in phishing and website scams in Q1 2020, according to a Bolster analysis of over 1 billion websites. 854,441 confirmed phishing and ...

(FORTUNE) Scammers have registered 150,000 fake stimulus check websites. Here’s how to protect yourself

Eager to get your stimulus check? You aren't the only one, apparently. According to Bolster, an online security firm, there has been a dramatic spike in the number of ...

(CNBC) Scammers are using fake coronavirus stimulus payment sites to steal your money

Last week, the IRS began issuing stimulus payments to Americans. Individuals are ...

(ABC) Coronavirus pandemic creates 'perfect storm' for cybercriminals to exploit people working from home: Experts

Employees unfamiliar with remote work can be particularly vulnerable.

1588 Bolster.ai with Shashi Prakash - from Corona-Con VIRTUAL Security Conference

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Cybercriminals exploit opportunity to target remote workforces

New research reveals a concentrated drive to target workers now operating remotely as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

3 Tips to Protect Remote Employees During a Pandemic

Many employees are currently working from home. This article explores three technology best practices to protect your remote workers and your company’s data from the cybercriminals crawling out of the woodwork during the coronavirus crisis.

Stolen images and fraudulent websites mimic top fashion brands to scam consumers.

Thousands of stolen images and fraudulent websites mimicking top fashion brands scammed consumers out of more than $1.4 billion in a single year.

Bolster covered on Fox News.

The video talks about top online scams shoppers need to be aware of during the 2019 Holiday season.

Bolster covered on CBS News.

The video talks about top online scams shoppers need to be aware of during the 2019 Holiday season.

Aggressive staff build out after USD 10m Series A.

Bolster, the Los Altos, California based corporate fraud prevention platform using AI, is planning an aggressive staff buildout in the wake of its recent USD 10m...

Bolster raises $10 million to fight counterfeiting with AI

Counterfeiting isn’t a new problem, but it’s a growing one. The global market for fake goods is estimated to exceed $1.2 trillion. Counterfeits take roughly $300 billion worth of...

Bolster, Fraud Prevention Co. Raises $10M In Series A

Bolster, a deep learning-powered fraud prevention company protecting the world's leading brands from counterfeit activity, has secured $10M in Series A funding...

12 of the hottest startups at the RSA Conference 2019

This year’s theme, Better, is an invitation to the industry to work harder to ensure a higher level of security for consumers and organizations worldwide.

RedMarlin Rebrands to Bolster

LOS ALTOS, Calif., April 14, 2020 – RedMarlin, a deep learning-powered fraud prevention company protecting the world's leading brands from counterfeit activity, today announced the company’s new name, Bolster...

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