This Opinion piece from a cyber security specialist notes: "We often see threat actors testing tactics on credit unions and small banks."
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.
Comptroller Curry says attacks heading to smaller institutions. And that includes credit unions.
The threat of phishing through SMS channel is real but not as real as the hype. Now, however, is the time to act.
Scamster callers offer medicine, deliver poison.
Dell SecureWorks says complete package sells for upwards of $1,200 in underground criminal bazaars.
Android vulnerabilities are real but few security experts are urging outright bans.
Small Tennessee credit union says it lost $545,000 after tech giant failed to activate antivirus software.
Boston-based Trusteer is reporting that it has found multiple instances of sellers operating in Russian underground criminal forums offering what they claim is the source code for Carberp, the Trojan software used to target financial institution accounts.
Trusteer: Buyers intend to make money. "They are not buying Carberp to put it in a museum."