ITRC reports a 73% drop in financial industry breaches and 22% uptick overall. Plus, LinkedIn addresses a security issue.
Risk Based Security finds Shell Oil and 7-Eleven endured the highest number of breaches in 2015.
Reports show the number of exposed records doubled from 2014 to 2015. Find out who got hit the hardest.
Credit unions can look to advanced endpoint solutions to fight this year’s inevitable onslaught of threats, experts say.
NetDiligence reports the average breach affects 3.2 million records; the financial services sector is a top target.
Radware finds 87% of consumers believe cloud-based apps are vulnerable and 54% would ditch them if hacked.
Editorial commentary on current issues from CU Times' editorial staff and correspondents.
Virtual conference keynote speaker Jim Stickley tells credit unions how to fight social engineering and phishing attacks.
Current security tools are ineffective at stopping even commodity threats, let alone targeted attacks.
PORTLAND, Ore. – Security expert Giles Witherspoon-Boyd explains what evolving mobile payments technology means for CUs.