POS security is a high-priority issue for users and retailers alike as cybercriminals continue to target Track 2 data at a high rate.
As point-of-sale malwares continue to crop up, it is important to maintain the security of these systems to protect them.
If you’re a US shopper, there’s almost a 50% chance that your information was compromised in the Target breach. So how can fellow retailers and other enterprises avoid this fate?
A inside look at the Kaptoxa/BlackPOS malware, which is believed to be used in the massive Target data breach, with the goal of understanding how it operates and finding ways to detect its network activity.
According to the FBI, financial institutions should protect themselves against malware attacks that have been targeting employees for login credentials.
A remote-access Trojan available for sale on underground cyber crime forums attacks hotel PoS systems, stealing guests' payment information.