The purported hacking of computers of French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron, by the same Russian group that targeted Hillary Clinton's campaign, signifies an expansion of the goals of the attackers that extend beyond trying to influence the outcome of Western elections.
In the wake of fraud reports, Blowout Cards has issued a security alert to customers, warning that an attacker hacked its website and installed a PHP file designed to skim payment card details at the time of purchase.
A federal judge has sentenced 32-year-old Russian hacker Roman Seleznev, aka "Track2," to serve 27 years in prison after he was convicted of defrauding 3,700 U.S. financial institutions of at least $169 million via point-of-sale malware attacks.
Many organizations talk about engaging customers to help prevent fraud. Jim Van Dyke, CEO of Futurion, has new ideas for how to best involve customers in fighting fraud in three stages: Prevention, detection and resolution.
The Department of Health and Human Services has issued a warning for consumers to be on alert for fraudsters pretending to be calling from a HHS' Office of Inspector General hotline with requests for personal information.
Intercontinental Hotels Group says that in addition to 12 hotels that it directly manages suffering a point-of-sale malware outbreak that began in 2016, 1,200 IHG-branded franchise hotel locations in the United States were also affected.
New York has become the first US state to issue its own set of cybersecurity rules for financial institutions. What is the potential impact on other states, other industry sectors? Paul Bowen of Arbor Networks shares insight.
Businesses that fail to block former employees' server access or spot any other unauthorized access are asking for trouble. While the vast majority of ex-employees will behave scrupulously, why leave such matters to chance?
Card-not-present fraud rates in the U.S. have not skyrocketed like some experts predicted in the wake of EMV, according to Visa. And Visa's Margaret Reid says that's likely because most large e-commerce merchants in the U.S. are using sophisticated fraud prevention tools that have so far kept fraud rates at bay.
Cyberattackers love not having to reinvent the wheel. At least, that's the tactic favored by the Callisto group, an "advanced threat actor" that's been using leaked Hacking Team spyware to infect targets, says security firm F-Secure.
Consumers are willing to be inconvenienced to help their banking institutions reduce fraud and enhance the security of financial transactions, says Robert Zerby of Wells Fargo. Why increased publicity surrounding retail breaches is spurring consumers to work more closely with their banks, he says.
Leading the latest version of the ISMG Security Report: A tale of how a dedicated manager spent her weekends monitoring video of ATMs led to the capture of a criminal skimmer. Also, the growing sophistication of cybercriminals.
The first quarter of 2017 brought with it some significant changes to the threat landscape, and we aren't talking about heavy ransomware distribution either. New threats and infection techniques have forced the security community to reconsider collection and analysis efforts.
This report takes a deep look at which...
In 2016, there were two contenders for king of ransomware: Locky and Cerber. So far in 2017, we've seen a massive shift in the battle between these two families, with Locky basically dropping out entirely and Cerber expanding its market share by a significant amount. New families such as Spora are emerging as well,...