International Revenue Share Fraud

International Revenue Share Fraud (IRSF) is when attackers hijack voice or SMS one-time passwords (OTPs) for monetary gain. Cybercriminals illegally infiltrate telecom operator’s networks or use rogue carriers to redirect calls and texts to premium-rate numbers. They then use malicious bots on digital touchpoints that are protected using multi-factor authentication, such as account sign-ups and logins. This triggers bogus OTPs which generate a per-transaction fee for the malicious actors. When done at scale, the costs for businesses can quickly rise to millions of dollars.Download this brief to learn

  • Why IRSF is a problem for businesses in all industries
  • Why this type of fraud continues to increase
  • How to accurately detect and stop IRSF fraud

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