Chip card technology has become the de facto standard in Europe, but adoption lags behind in the United States. Are these cards really more secure?
Biometric security is growing in the financial services industry due to increased accuracy and growing consumer acceptance for the technology.
A new Dyre malware campaign, branded "The Dyre Wolf" by IBM Security researchers, has successfully stolen more than $1 million from targeted organizations.
Halifax is testing a new authentication feature that relies on a heartbeat monitor to verify users' identity and grant them access to their bank account.
According to a recent study, even though banking ID theft is on the rise, the number of banking customers victimized and the total cost are down.
The Dyre Trojan has been involved in a series of phishing attacks against banks, raising concern that protecting against it is too difficult.
A piece of malicious software called Tyupkin has allowed criminals to dispense millions of dollars in cash from ATMs in Europe, Latin America and Asia.
The following is a look into how authentication risk engines are designed and the root cause for their failure in detecting today's cybercriminals.
SalesForce is warning its customers that they might have been targeted by the Dyre Trojan. Banking trojans are not just targeting financial organizations.
As new technologies and services emerge, money mules and criminal organizations will adapt their tactics to exploit the updated systems.