The following is a look into how authentication risk engines are designed and the root cause for their failure in detecting today's cybercriminals.
According to IBM Trusteer researchers, massively distributed Citadel malware is targeting nonfinancial petrochemical companies in the Middle East.
A new Bugat malware variant is using techniques similar to the Gameover Zeus HTML injections to target banking applications and steal user credentials.
As the mainstream media continues to cover bitcoin exchange as a popular Web currency, cyber criminals are increasingly doing the same to launder money.
Trusteer's security team has recently identified a new malware variant in a Russian cyber crime forum known as the i2Ninja malware.
According to IBM's Amit Klein, organizations protected against malware variants like Zeus are forcing cyber criminals to revert to simpler hacking methods.
Cyber criminals don't just use MitB malware to attack financial institutions. The latest target is Steam, an online gaming platform full of sensitive data.
How do criminals continue to reach out to job seekers without raising the suspicion of employment websites?
If fraudsters can't deceive users, their business fails. Malware now requires perfectionism and hackers are beefing up their social engineering tactics.
IBM has identified a new Gozi variant that infects the MBR, ensuring it loads with the operating system after a reboot and remains on the infected system.