New regulations and the increasing threat of fraud have motivated financial institutions, merchants and consumers to rethink how they handle credit cards.
An anonymous user who claimed to be the author of Bilal Bot reached out to IBM via a Russian domain to set the record straight about the malware.
A system of faster clearing times could help businesses and hardworking families, but the shift could open a window for cybercriminals to commit fraud.
As companies increasingly adopt EMV technology for point-of-sale terminals, attackers are finding new ways to commit chip-and-PIN fraud.
GozNym continued its trip around Europe by launching redirection attacks against 13 German banks. The volume of these attacks has spiked in recent months.
A new study analyzed 500,000 endpoints as a method of tracking online fraud. The 10,000 that were found to be compromised shared seven commonalities.
The proliferation of mobile technology opens the door to mobile-related fraud — leaving end users and organizations frozen like deer in headlights.
A new Zeus Trojan variant called Panda Banker that started targeting banks in Europe and North America early this year has spread to Brazil.
Visitors to the upcoming sporting event in Rio de Janeiro should be on high alert for the stranded traveler social engineering scam.
Although Brazilian malware tends to be unsophisticated, cybercrime continues to thrive due to the general population's lack of security awareness.