How Breaking News Is Used To Plant Malware December 17, 2013Spear-phishing -- where emails lure readers or customers of trusted institutions to compromised websites -- has become one of the main tools fraudsters use to compromise endpoints inside financial institutions. 4 Ways Banks Can Improve Their Fraud-Fighting Efforts August 09, 2013Banks are investing more than ever in fraud detection and prevention efforts. Here are recommendations for getting the most out of those investments. Make All Employees Part of Your Data Security Team June 18, 2013A robust defensive strategy starts with a culture of data security.
Disaster Recovery: Test, Invest and Educate June 04, 2013All disaster recovery efforts, whether they are for natural disasters or security threats, must ultimately be tested for efficiency and reliability.
Visa, Consumer Advocacy Group Partner on Phishing Education May 17, 2013The card company and the Consumer Federation of America have outlined common fraud tactics for consumers to be aware of.
Card, Online Fraud Increase in the U.K. September 27, 2012A new report from the U.K. Cards Association details financial services fraud trends.
Seven Banks Settle Patent Infringement Lawsuit July 09, 2012Eleven other banks are still active defendants in a lawsuit brought by Plano,Texas-based Secure Axcess. Return Path, BITS Partner to Combat Phishing January 18, 2012The e-mail security company will provide BITS and FS-ISAC members access to its anti-phishing registry. There Is No Joy In Email Security, The Mighty Yankees Have Struck Out April 29, 2011The Bronx Bombers are the latest group to leak customer data. Another Day, Another Massive Data Breach: Did The Bad Guys Win? April 27, 2011Sony. Epsilon. Millions of customer's names, email addresses and other personal information have been exposed in April. Email Phishing Is Serious Business April 27, 2011An inside look at how Fiserv CRO Murray Walton communicated an IT threat to 19,000 company associates. Researcher Shows How Fraudsters Might Use iOS Browser Loophole to Fool Users November 30, 2010A loophole in how some mobile browsers display website address bars could represent an opportunity for fraudsters to trick users into believing they are visiting a trusted site. Phishing Scam Targets World Bank Officials November 04, 2010Email attachment said to be from Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner contains a virus. India Bank Launches One-Time Password Card to Protect Online Banking Users February 22, 2010Corporate clients can now use one-time passwords generated by a small plastic card developed at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras. Trojan Planted in Fake E-mail from IT Dept. Designed to Steal Info From Businesses October 16, 2009Trusteer issues a warning to IT departments to be aware of a new phishing attack aimed at enterprises and their confidential information. At Least One Part of the Economy is Growing: Cybercrime September 30, 2009 Vidoop Authentication Solution Addresses Top Online Security Threat February 20, 2009Bank customers log in using a combination of image recognition and PINs instead of the traditional user name and password. Barclays Fights Phishing With Smart Bankcards and Readers December 29, 2008Phishing plummets and customer satisfaction soars as Barclays deploys smart card readers. Without Careful Management, E-Mail Can Become a Liability July 28, 2008Technologies can help banks protect customers from e-mail fraud while keeping e-mail from becoming a productivity and legal liability. Banks Must Engage Customers to Secure Online Transactions August 25, 2007Securing online banking requires cooperation among banks, customers and vendors.