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New Report Detailing Online Fraud Trends, July – December 2021

The New Mobile Battlefield

Download the LexisNexis® Risk Solutions Cybercrime Report today for detailed analysis of 35.5 billion transactions detected by the LexisNexis® Digital Identity Network® during the second half of 2021.

The report shows a significant shift to mobile fraud over the last four years, with mobile traffic representing 75% of all traffic, and human initiated attacks Increasing for the first time since 2019.

Overall, online transactions were up 44% year over year (YoY), with higher rises across financial services (52% YoY) and communications, mobile and media (45% YoY) – this despite an easing of global pandemic-related restrictions in the second half of 2021.

Download the full report now for free and read our key findings, including:

  • Welcome to the Mobile age – How global accelerated digitalisation and adoption of mobile applications fuelled by the pandemic continue across demographics and geographies.

  • Scams on the Rise – How cryptocurrency excitement together with boosted consumer confidence and spending power triggered a rise in US and global fraud.

  • Human and Bot Attacks on the Rise – Why human initiated attacks rose for the first time since 2019 and how they compare to the continuing increase in bot attacks. Learn which regions are seeing show the biggest growth rates.

  • The Life of a Prolific Fraudster – How just one fraudster attacked 35 different organisations with 580 events and how global shared intelligence helped stop them.

“It is time to unite in the fight against cybercrime. In a truly global digital economy, borders are no longer boundaries for trade or cybercriminals. It is more apparent than ever that fraud goes beyond single industries or countries.”

Stephen Topliss, vice president of fraud and identity strategy for LexisNexis Risk Solutions.

Download a copy of the LexisNexis Risk Solutions Cybercrime Report, July through December 2021.

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Insights From Past Reports

Cybercrime Report Jan - June 2021

Cybercrime Report July - Dec 2020

Cybercrime Report Jan-June 2020