IBM X-Force researchers discovered a new malware called Client Maximus that contains advanced code written specifically to attack banks in Brazil.
At the end of 2016, more than a year after the official liability shift, most large retailers in the U.S. have finally adopted chip-and-PIN credit cards.
A team of researchers demonstrated a new distributed guessing attack that can enable cybercriminals to ferret out credit data and other login credentials.
Programs such as NACHA's Faster Payments initiative may help U.S. businesses become more competitive, but do shorter transaction times lead to fraud...
The revised Payments Services Directive (PSD2) is designed to open the online banking and e-commerce markets to new forms of regulated payments.
According to a new cybercrime report, security firm ThreatMetrix recorded 76 million blocked e-commerce transactions in Q3 2016, up 60 percent from 2015.
Cognitive fraud detection technology enables banks to enhance mobile security without diminishing the seamless user experience customers demand.
Forrester Study Highlights a Company’s 90 Percent Reduction in Fraud Costs Using IBM Trusteer Solutions
A Forrester study found that IBM Trusteer solutions can help companies drastically reduce malware incidents, regulatory fines and time spent on auditing.
The newest threat on Brazil's thriving online fraud scene is interactive phishing, which allows an attacker to steal a victim's personal data in real time.
IBM X-Force Research reported that Dridex recently conducted attacks in unlikely areas, such as Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Ukraine.