A Citadel Trojan discovered by IBM's research team is capable of delivering fraudulent Web pages in different languages.
Russian fraud forums abound with exchanges of malicious code. Recently, a forum member has been found selling the Carberp source code for $50,000.
There are many questions about what level of planning, technology and intelligence is really required to pull off insider criminal activity such as we see in financial services today. In the financial sector where malicious insiders are among the...
If fraudsters can't deceive users, their business fails. Malware now requires perfectionism and hackers are beefing up their social engineering tactics.
Behavioral profiling can help catch cyber criminals, but criminals have developed many tactics to dodge these efforts.
In the past several years both financial fraud and IBM Security Trusteer Rapport have made huge leaps in technology.
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?
According to the FBI, financial institutions should protect themselves against malware attacks that have been targeting employees for login credentials.
A sophisticated man-in-the-browser (MitB) enterprise attack has been found to target users on virtual private networks at a major international airport.
Software firm Maplesoft recently incurred an email database breach. The attackers sent phishing emails containing the Zeus banking Trojan to customers.