Technology investments might help credit unions prepare for a potential wave of card-not-present fraud.
New technologies aim to fight fraud; PCI SSC unveils a new encryption standard.
Public relations, competition and unwanted scrutiny from regulators are preventing cyberattack information sharing.
The Anti-Phishing Working Group is reporting that phishing attack frequency dropped 20% from late 2012 to early 2013.
This Opinion piece looks at the growing problem of ATM skimming, including its role in the move toward EMV chip-and-PIN adoption.
It’s critical to be able to adapt to new risks and attack vectors, and FFIEC compliance is the first step in thwarting these threats.
A new survey found that hack attacks on small and medium-sized businesses are usually successful and that the money often is not recovered.
Clearly, the challenge of fraud prevention in the banking industry continues to be paramount in the minds of institutions and consumers alike – and the cost and implications don’t stop there.
Security vendor says commissioned survey finds three-fourths of SMBs have experienced electronic banking fraud and that many change financial institutions afterward.
Trusteer’s online fraud protection services will be integrated now into the online banking platform from Q2ebanking of Austin, Texas, the companies said.