The Consumer Federation of America has released a report listing best practices it would like to see followed by providers of cloud-based computing services.
The world's most active phishing gang is no longer phishing as much, researchers said, but that's not necessarily good news.
The Avalanche phishing gang, reputedly the world's most active, has changed tactics, according to the Anti-Phishing Working Group.
The arrests of dozens of suspects in New York last week for the theft of at least $3 million from banking accounts across America was both good news and a wakeup call for the credit union industry.
Financial institutions are not alone. A leading cyberfraud watchdog group said that social networking, online classifieds and online gaming industries are increasingly the focus of phishing gangs out looking for personal account information.
TMG, a card processing CUSO affiliated with the Iowa Credit Union League, announced that it is making anti-skimming technology available to its member CUs that seek additional protection for their ATMs.
Phishing gangs are apparently casting a wider net.
When discovered by Spanish explorers in 1829, the lush springs and underground wells of the region offered travelers much needed respite from the harsh westward trek for California gold.
How useful would it be to make the database of images gathered by the video cameras arrayed around the typical credit union branch searchable like Google?
As the SEC reports a rise in investment scams that target the elderly, the Pacific Service Credit Union is doing its part to protect them from financial abuse.