IBM X-Force researchers recognized that the GozNym banking malware leverages features from two types of malware to make it double the threat.
FastPOS is a point-of-sale malware that favors speed of subtlety — and it could be the next big threat to small or understaffed organizations.
News of another SWIFT attack has the network and banks arguing about incident response — and disagreeing about with whom the responsibility lies.
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Financial network SWIFT is hoping users will help with threat information sharing and collaboration in an effort to curb cyberfraud.
Cybercriminals often leverage time-tested methods of money laundering to stay undetected and move stolen funds across secret accounts.
Business email compromise (BEC) attacks are targeting executives to carry out high-priced CEO fraud, which is often called whaling.
Mobile fraud is coming to the enterprise, but luckily, there is time to get a comprehensive mobile security strategy launched for better protection.
The new GozNym hybrid takes the best of both the Nymaim and Gozi ISFB malware to create a powerful Trojan targeting banks in the U.S. and Canada.
Mobile banking is becoming more prevalent, so the onus is on banks and financial institutions to secure all user sessions and endpoints to prevent fraud.