This opinion piece looks at the implications and opportunities presented to credit unions by recent data breaches and NSA revelations.
Even though malware can infect POS terminals, most need additional help to breach a retailer's computer systems.
Cyber crooks now have more bank account login credentials than they know what to do with.
Internet security specialists to help form new cyber crime lab in Israel with other Big Blue researchers.
Call it a frighteningly mixed message. In the last week of January, the al-Qassam Cyber Fighters who had been claiming the Distributed Denial of Service takedowns of some of the nation’s largest financial institutions, turned their sights on credit unions.
It’s up to any organization providing an online service to ensure the integrity of customer data – including user names and passwords. So what can be done to protect against compromised information and the resulting aftermath?
Latest monthly report shows credit union phishing attacks dropped with increased focus on national and regional banks.
The 159,000 members of the $1.7 billion NEFCU in Westbury, N.Y., can now choose to protect their online banking presence with the use of Trusteer Rapport cybercrime prevention software, the company and credit union said.
Long Island credit union will offer free browser-based protection to members.
Scam currently focused on Spanish bank customers but cyber security expert expects it to translate soon.