Two Russian men have been charged with stealing more than $100 million from banks around the world using the notorious Dridex malware, according to an unsealed U.S. indictment that caps off a decade-long investigation led by American and British law enforcement agencies.
Victims of a massive 2018 Facebook data breach can continue a class-action lawsuit to try and force the social network to maintain "reasonable" information security practices, a federal judge has ruled. But he dismissed the plaintiff's attempt to receive monetary compensation for the breach.
Adobe says its e-commerce Magento Marketplace has been breached, exposing usernames, email addresses and more. The software giant has yet to detail how many users were affected or the breach duration. Unfortunately, the stolen data could be used to fuel phishing attacks.
Twitter users no longer have to supply a phone number in order to use two-step verification for authentication. The move will better protect accounts from SIM hijacking attempts and also means users don't have to sacrifice some of their privacy to enable a security feature.
Watch this live Q&A with Brian Hay, former detective superintendent from the Queensland Police Service and now executive director of Cultural Cyber Security, as he helps organizations understand and develop their business strategies to ensure the highest levels of security.
The 2019 iovation Financial Services Fraud and Consumer Trust Report provides an in-depth analysis of the trends transforming the Financial Services industry in 2019 and explores how businesses can stay relevant and profitable in 2020.
In this report, we address three market drivers in financial...
A pair of Massachusetts men allegedly ran a years-long scheme that used SIM swapping and other hacking techniques to target executives in order to steal more than $550,000 worth of cryptocurrency, the U.S. Justice Department announced Thursday.
Securing user accounts from both bots and human attackers has become one of the most fundamental challenges of delivering modern applications and services. Attackers continuously develop ever more sophisticated techniques for taking over user accounts.
Aggressive security policies lead to false positives and...
Only ~20% of companies use DMARC, SPF, and DKIM, global anti-domain-spoofing standards, which could significantly cut down on phishing attacks. But even when they are enabled and your domain is more secure, 81% of phishing attacks still continue to sail right through to the end-user.
In this webinar, Roger Grimes,...
Using the largest repository of breached credentials in the world, SpyCloud has analyzed breach data tied to Fortune 1000 employees to understand what information is out there and how it can be used to commit fraud. In this video, SpyCloud Head of Product Strategy Chip Witt will walk through SpyCloud's analysis of...
The enterprise has embraced the public cloud. But tension and misalignment between CloudOps and business stakeholders impedes your organization from achieving all that it can.
Moreover, customers expect speed, scale and business agility from the cloud. CloudOps require continuous governance of security,
Armed with billions of stolen records, fraudsters create synthetic identities to apply for credit cards, loans, and other types of credit causing unprecedented losses to financial institutions.
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The mobile and online channels are the future; being able to authenticate returning customers and determine who new applicants really are will be essential to successfully expanding product offerings in high-risk digital channels.
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How payment innovation is impacting fraud...