- August 25, 2011
The Ramnit worm now supports man-in-the-middle attacks, giving cybercriminals the ability to drain a victim’s bank account.
- April 01, 2011
Advanced features can reduce the threat of wire fraud. New rule sets can be shared among banks and credit unions.
- March 18, 2011
Former computer programmer snatched code for the firm’s proprietary trading platform on last day of work.
- December 20, 2010
Authentication technology helps thwart online banking fraud but determined criminals can circumvent it.
- November 28, 2010
Fortune 500 company uses access certification technology to meet new SOX-like requirements for non-public insurance companies.
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- November 08, 2010
Pair charged for their roles in massive bank fraud scheme that drained more than $3 million from accounts.
- October 28, 2010
The midterm elections will likely result in a shift in political power. How will that impact pending privacy and data security bills?
- October 26, 2010
Security researchers at RSA say malware that targets U.S. financial institutions spreads like a worm and organizes targeted credentials.
- October 18, 2010
SARs study also shows that financial institutions are rejecting fraudulent consumer loans in majority of cases.
- October 13, 2010
In the wake of the global economic crisis, many financial firms are struggling to meet tough regulations while defending against both accidental data leakage and a constant barrage of external attacks.
- October 08, 2010
A former Bank of America employee allegedly sent sensitive bank data to his personal email before being laid off last month.
- October 07, 2010
Programmer planted malicious script on company's network after he was fired, prosecutors said.
- October 04, 2010
Companies are taking steps to prepare for litigation but still falling short, according to survey.
- October 02, 2010
Five suspects masterminded international scheme that siphoned $70 million from bank accounts, FBI says.
- September 30, 2010
Foreigners in the United States on student visas were lured into opening bank accounts to funnel stolen money overseas.