2022 Black Friday & Cyber Monday Scams Report
In this report, you’ll find insights on:
- Key threats facing retailers and consumers related to Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping holidays
- Physical threats to brick-and-mortar stores
- Recommendations for retailers to protect their employees, customers, and assets
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Black Friday and Cyber Monday (BFCM) are two of the busiest shopping days on the retail calendar in the U.S. and a prime period for malicious actors to target consumers. With extensively promoted sales and discounted prices both online and in-store, these pre-holiday weeks mark the height of the shopping season for retailers – and threat actors.
In 2022, Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are anticipated to top $9 billion and $11.2 billion, respectively. At the same time, 30% of U.S. consumers are targeted by scammers. These scammers cause reputational and financial damage, both to the business and the customer.
Download our 2022 Scams Report with observations and assessments on Black Friday and Cyber Monday to learn about the methods threat actors deploy to scam retailers and consumers during the holidays. This report examines the largest threats in both cyber and physical domains as well as a variety of motivations, including financial gain, political persuasion, and activism. Download your copy of the report today.