A successful domain name server attack on a large Russian payment processor could be a sign of things to come, a U.S.-based online security firm warns.
Guest blogger Chris Barber, a veteran of more than 20 years in information technology, is a former CIO of WesCorp and now a consultant to credit unions.
Phishing fraudsters shifted attention to e-commerce and online gaming sites in the third quarter of 2010 but credit unions continued to draw their attention, too.
Holiday shopping isn't just for the honest. Phishing attacks also are expected to increase, with a renewed emphasis on e-commerce and gaming sites.
Credit union members have choices when it comes to how they bank-they can visit a branch, go online, walk up to an ATM, call a representative or IVR system or use a mobile phone application. So which channel do today's consumers prefer?