Sunsetting operating system leaves behind perhaps the biggest threat: Vulnerable end-user computers used for online banking.
As small businesses continue to increase their use of technology and mobile access to conduct transactions, the drawback is the shift may potentially widen the space for cyber thieves to strike and drain commercial accounts in one fell swoop.
Online commercial accounts present tempting targets.
ATM traps, aimed at cash or cards or both, may well make a comeback in the United States, warn multiple experts.
India cited as origin of cyber attack on supermarket chain that has forced Redwood CU to re-issue 18,400 cards.
Prosecutors alleged that the thieves hacked into the computer networks of two Middle Eastern banks to gathered debit card data.
Sino data diving heading downstream adds to urgency of threat to credit unions.
Advanced persistent threats are just that: Advanced, persistent and very threatening.
The financial institution nightmare is when a legitimate account is taken over by cyber-criminals – then looted. FS-ISAC survey shows it happens.
Internal behavior can let the bad stuff in, and even if they don't, it can get in anyway.