According to him, companies belonging to AKIT are faced with many fraudulent schemes that reduce trust in online purchases.
For example, a client can enter an online store through a phishing link and switch to a fraudulent payment service at the time of payment and lose money.
“In order to create an effective mechanism for countering such situations, the association prepared and sent appropriate appeals to the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media, to the Coordination Center for the national domain of the Internet, as well as to the Central Bank (CB).
Now we are in the process of concluding an agreement with the Central Bank on joint counteraction to computer attacks in terms of transmitting information about fraudulent resources identified on the Internet, ”Sokolov said.
Earlier, experts talked about the scenarios and types of online fraud that have become widespread in 2020.