Corporate security teams can manage their devices' endpoints when they're on-site, but what about when an employee works remotely?
Businesses should protect themselves against advanced malware; although it makes up a small sliver of malware threats, its impact can be devastating.
Trusteer's security research group has identified what it believes will be the top five most dangerous trends in malware in 2013.
Shylock is a financial malware platform that continues to evolve in order to bypass new defensive techniques. Now, it can evade malware researchers.
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.
Tilon, a new type of malware, contains some behaviors identical to those exhibited by Silon and is known for its ability in avoiding detection.
Software firm Maplesoft recently incurred an email database breach. The attackers sent phishing emails containing the Zeus banking Trojan to customers.
IBM has identified a new scam that targets Facebook users, asking for donations to children's charities in order to steal financial data.
Sometimes, credential theft isn't flagged by banks' typical risk engines and can only be detected by malware prevention tools such as Trusteer Pinpoint.