Credit unions underestimate the likelihood they will - or have already - been infiltrated by politically-motivated hackers.
Employee phishing attacks, BYOD and DDoS are among the current top five cyberthreats.
Trusteer's security team has recently analyzed a Zeus variant that uses a very simple, yet very elegant, attack method to circumvent detection and transfer funds to predetermined money mules.
Website attack tools a dime a dozen, and powerful enough to take down an unprotected credit union.
Technology writer Robert McGarvey looks this week at whether denial of service attacks could invade mobile banking next.
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.
Skimming tops the list in 2012, according to global survey from ATM Industry Association.
It has become mission-critical for credit unions to understand the nature of the cybersecurity threats they face.
Trusteer released what it predicts will be the five leading cybercrime trends in 2012.
Not everyone will be looking for sweaters and smartphones this holiday season.