IBM X-Force researchers have discovered a third cybercrime group using the URLZone malware to target banks and their unsuspecting customers in Japan.
IBM X-Force researchers have been following new developments in the Dridex Trojan's attack methodologies and share intelligence in this alert.
2015 was a big year for cybercrime, but 2016 may see even more advanced threats, sophisticated schemes and damaging data breaches.
A look back at data breaches in 2015 and some simple steps that can be the difference between investigating an alert versus investigating a breach.
The Rovnix banking Trojan is now attacking 14 major financial institutions in Japan with its highly sophisticated and targeted malware.
Mitigating malware is possible for smartphone and PC users who follow a few simple computing hygiene tips and security best practices.
In 2015, there has been a tremendous uptick in the theft of health care data and a decrease in the number of compromised retail records. Why?
The Tinba Trojan was recently spotted targeting major banks in Singapore, continuing its trend of attacking new locations across the globe.
The Ramnit banking Trojan and botnet was previously taken down by law enforcement, but it appears to have re-emerged as a threat across the world.
IBM found that malware was the biggest offender of data breaches throughout the retail industry this year, but it was hardly the only threat.