When it comes to online banking, what is considered a commercially reasonable means of fraud protection, and how effective are those means to begin with?
Malware authors have created variants to monitor Web sessions between a customer and their bank in order to change data in real time and steal information.
The world is evolving quickly to an environment where handhelds are prolific, the traditional security perimeters are evaporating, and the end consumer plays a greater role in protecting businesses. It only makes sense to arm them with education...
According to the FBI, financial institutions should protect themselves against malware attacks that have been targeting employees for login credentials.
Software firm Maplesoft recently incurred an email database breach. The attackers sent phishing emails containing the Zeus banking Trojan to customers.
We recently uncovered a scam in an underground forum that shows how data obtained through phishing and malware attacks can be used to execute check fraud.
With critical business services migrating to the cloud, service providers and cloud payroll services have become a prime target for cyber criminals.
Post-transaction fraud schemes take advantage of the fact that we often lose track of our spending during the holidays.
To validate and secure financial transactions, numerous banks are using transaction verification systems. However, a bank heist is still possible.
Zeus is known to target members of financial institutions. However, this malware also uses a configuration file to steal from enterprises.