About the Author

Etay Maor

Etay Maor is Fraud Prevention Solutions Manager at Trusteer, an IBM company. Currently leading anti-fraud and security strategies for Trusteer, Etay previously held several positions at RSA, where he led the cyber threats research lab. Etay played a key role in cutting-edge investigations and intelligence operations, gaining an insightful perspective on new Trojans, phishing techniques, fraud evolution, Botnets and the cybercrime underground economy. A security evangelist, Etay volunteers for educational security awareness programs and speaks at industry events and academic courses. Etay holds a B.A. in Computer Science and is currently pursuing his M.A. in Counter-Terrorism and Cyber-Terrorism.

Article List

  • New Zitmo Variant Targets Mobile Users

    A newly identified Zeus variant uses Trusteer’s brand to build trust with potential victims, convincing them to download a fake mobile app, and thus malware, to their mobile devices.

  • Keep It Simple, Stupid – The Zeus Version

    Trusteer's security team has recently analyzed a Zeus variant that uses a very simple, yet very elegant, attack method to circumvent detection and transfer funds to predetermined money mules.

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