Fraud & Abuse Report | Q3 2020 -- Data-Driven Analysis of 2020 Fraud Trends

Social media
Account Takeover
Arkose Labs
Aug 16, 2020
The novel coronavirus done more to accelerate the adoption of online retail and online payments than other any single factor in years, resulting in a blistering pace of change throughout the first six months of 2020.

This report from Arkose Labs analyzes user sessions and attack patterns from Q1 and Q2 2020 to help ascertain how the risk landscape changed as a result of COVID-19 and rapid shifts in consumer behavior. Fraud and abuse trends are highlighted first, focused on attack volumes and observations around botnets. Country and regional attack patterns in light of the coronavirus are examined next, followed by a look at account takeover and how bots are being leveraged through social media platforms.

The focus then turns to industry-specific trends, particularly those impacting the online gaming, technology, and travel sectors. Arkose Labs wraps up with a brief conclusion, a helpful glossary of terms, and a short company profile.

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