New malware catches IT departments by surprise; more than $1 million in losses reported since last June.
The attacks follow a March 2014 compromise at Sally Beauty Holdings.
A new report reveals financial institutions want more efficient anti-money laundering solutions.
U.S. and Latin American ATM groups team up to offer resources and fraud-prevention education.
The NCUA should be more transparent when it comes to fraud prevention.
The NCUA issues prohibition orders to two former CU employees whose fraud schemes killed their cooperatives.
Payments processor TMG increases 2014 fraud savings for members by 40% over 2013.
Former NCUA board member challenges the agency to be more forthcoming with how it will better detect fraud in exams.
Philadelphia man alleges former Borinquen FCU board members took part in the credit union's collapse.
ACUA also orders Alabama One to discontinue business lending, fix SARs and remove conflicts of interest.