Financial companies that provide mobile services need advanced malware detection tools and threat intelligence to protect customers from financial fraud.
The state of fintech security will fluctuate based on the industry's ability to maintain regulatory compliance and stay abreast of cybercrime trends.
Our prediction at the end of 2016 held true: The influx of advanced DDoS, POS and other attacks targeting the financial sector has yet to abate in 2017.
IBM X-Force attributed a recent wave of malware-induced Active Directory (AD) lockouts across several IR engagements to the operators of the QakBot Trojan.
A new IBM study found that one-third of C-level executives are currently using or planning to implement blockchain technology.
The cybergang behind GootKit followed up its recent U.K. activity by launching redirection attacks at Italian banking services.
FSS firms planning to adopt hybrid cloud services must consider the major security challenges and regulatory requirements associated with the technology.
According to the 2017 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index, cybercriminals targeted the financial services sector more than any other industry in 2016.
The fintech marketis growing in the Asia-Pacific region, especially in China and India, due to increasing innovation and a strong startup culture.
Blockchain has the potential to revolutionize the way businesses conduct financial transactions in the next few years, according to security experts.