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Amid shifting threats, FIs should be mindful of these emerging cybersecurity risks

  • The US region was the most heavily targeted for fraudulent card transactions over the period of June 2022 to November 2022.
  • A new Visa report highlights several key factors and contributors that elevate risk and fuel vulnerabilities making it possible for bad actors to carry out cyber-attacks and fraudulent activities in current times.

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Amid shifting threats, FIs should be mindful of these emerging cybersecurity risks


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