As U.S. ATM operators face MasterCard's Oct. 21 EMV liability shift deadline, a surge in explosive attacks against European ATMs is a reminder that anti-fraud features won't block all money machine crime.
Brazen ATM thefts from financial institutions in Taiwan and Thailand have sent a shiver through the global banking industry. An inside look at the malware used in the attacks reveals attackers' clever, incremental improvements.
Thai police say they have identified all of the suspects allegedly involved in recent "jackpotting" malware attacks against 21 ATMs, leading to the theft of 12 million baht ($350,000). The malware is a new strain called "Ripper," raising concerns for banks worldwide.
Russia, which some have blamed for attacks against the Democratic Party in the U.S., has offered a detailed description of coordinated cyberattacks against its scientific, public authority and military institutions. Is the announcement a tit-for-tat move after the charges of Russian involvement in U.S. hacks?
First the hackers came for our credit cards. Now they're taking control of our TVs. Witness the latest version of FLocker - for "frantic locker" - which is designed to lock Android devices, including smart TVs.
A Japanese ATM cash-out scheme that stole $19 million from South Africa's Standard Bank in less than three hours comes as a wakeup call for India - a market that still has a large number of magnetic stripe cards and unsophisticated ATMs.
By spring, banks and credit unions across the U.S. are expected to start rolling out "card-free" ATMs, offering transactions that experts say will eliminate fraud losses linked to skimming, and at the same time open new doors for mobile payments.
Hong Kong toymaker VTech has revised its end-user license agreement to make clear that it can't be held legally responsible for any data breaches. Many security experts have reacted with fury. But is VTech's move unusual?
The takedown of an Eastern European gang believed to have been responsible for a string of ATM jackpotting attacks serves as a reminder of why ATMs running outdated operating systems and universal access keys pose significant worldwide security risks.
Key stakeholders representing international legal and security experts discuss strategies and frameworks to establish a cybersecure ecosystem and jurisprudence against growing threats and attacks. What is needed for them to succeed?
As U.S. merchants shore up physical point-of-sale security by upgrading their terminals to accept EMV chip cards, attackers are turning their aim toward new, unattended targets. Here's the latest on how to respond to "shimming" attacks.
Cloud Access Security Brokers are the flavor of the season in cloud security. The value proposition is immense - enabling the enterprise to extend and enforce policies beyond the perimeter effectively. Let's take a closer look.
Security experts warn about a trio of new threats: GreenDispenser cash-out malware, the Shifu banking Trojan being spread via malvertising attacks and Neutrino crimeware getting an upgrade to steal payment-card data.