Last week, the FBI issued a warning about an increase in spear-phishing attacks targeting multiple industry sectors.
Behavioral profiling can help catch cyber criminals, but criminals have developed many tactics to dodge these efforts.
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?
Trusteer's security research group has identified what it believes will be the top five most dangerous trends in malware in 2013.
According to recent research on webinject trends, cyber criminals are now selling customized webinjects that are priced per feature.
A remote-access Trojan available for sale on underground cyber crime forums attacks hotel PoS systems, stealing guests' payment information.
With critical business services migrating to the cloud, service providers and cloud payroll services have become a prime target for cyber criminals.
Our researchers have discovered a new configuration of the Ice IX malware that attacks Facebook users after they have logged in to their account.
A new configuration of the Carberp Trojan targets Facebook users, committing financial fraud by asking them for e-cash to unlock their account.
Users who submit data to phishing emails can see the integrity of that information compromised by a fraudster within a 'goldern hour' of 60 minutes.