IBM X-Force researchers discovered a new malware called Client Maximus that contains advanced code written specifically to attack banks in Brazil.
Cybercrime gangs continued to target the financial services sector during the second half of 2016 with a variety of high-profile attacks.
Instead of sending phishing emails to millions of random users, the Dridex malware infection is now targeting a smaller number of large financial services.
Experts made several predictions surrounding financial services threats at the beginning of the year. Halfway through 2016, where do we stand?
The Ramnit banking Trojan and botnet was previously taken down by law enforcement, but it appears to have re-emerged as a threat across the world.
The Shifu banking Trojan has gone through yet another rejuvenation, this time transforming to target banks and wealth management firms in the U.K.
IBM Security Trusteer researchers recently discovered a new financial malware dubbed Tsukuba, which targets Japanese online banking users.
The Carbanak banking malware, which was recently reported by Kaspersky Lab, is potentially the most advanced malware design to date.
Kicking off 2015 with a bang, a well-orchestrated advanced persistent threat attack dubbed Carbanak has hit banks across the globe.
Financial malware is on the rise, according to a new Trusteer study that takes a hard look at the life cycle of these fraudulent transactions.