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.
A Christmas Day attack on a large Russian payment processor over there can indicate trouble on the way over here.
Slowly but surely, mobile banking is living up to its hype as the next must-have thing that credit unions need to survive
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.
The world's most active phishing gang is no longer phishing as much, researchers said, but that's not necessarily good news.
A new fraud-fighting network launched by Microsoft and a cyber-crime fighting alliance includes a pair of Washington state credit unions among its first participants.
Two Washington state credit unions are among the first participants in a new fraud-fighting network created by Microsoft and the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance.
Mobile banking has created new opportunities for consumers and criminals alike, and some of the greatest vulnerabilities stem from the same factors that make banking by cell phone so attractive, industry observers and participants say.
Two-thirds of all phishing attacks detected worldwide in the second half of last year can be traced to a single electronic crime syndicate, according to a new report.