A remote overlay malware that is attacking Latin American banks met its match in a solution built from behavioral biometrics, deep research, reverse engineering and finely tuned threat modeling.
Researchers observed an attack campaign distributing fake browser updates to infect website visitors with ransomware and banking malware.
In 2017 and 2018, threat actors used a toolkit called KoffeyMaker in multiple black box ATM attacks targeting Eastern European financial institutions.
If you've ever gotten a financial fraud alert from your bank, you can thank Daniel Gor for developing the automated processes by which fraud analysts monitor customers' behavioral patterns.
As threat research team lead at Trusteer, Tomer guards the gateway to both known and unknown threats and passes along his insights to help banking customers protect themselves from social engineering.
Limor Golan is a self-described hyperactive developer who works best under stress. Trusteer was so impressed they created a role specifically for her to improve security operations through automation.
The U.S. Secret Service is investigating a new ATM attack that, unlike previous "cash-out" attacks, uses advanced, custom-build skimmers to steal credit card information and PINs.
Shir Levin used to report on government and law, but her journalism career wasn't data-driven enough for her. She now uses her experience in news, psychology and statistics to fight identity fraud.
Researchers discovered a new ATM fraud scheme that attacks both the front and back ends of ATM networks virtually, making it harder to remediate than traditional schemes that target physical machines.
In July 2018, Researches reported three fake Android banking apps that phished for users' credit card details and leaked them online by transferring them to an exposed server.