Proofpoint's analysis of first quarter 2016 threats and trends reveals ransomware is the top cybercriminal malware.
Security technology and education can help financial institutions monitor all types of internal fraud.
Preventing losses starts with enforcing the right policies.
Skimming overlay devices fit over existing EMV-enabled POS devices and exploit customers who opt to swipe instead of dip.
ITRC reports a 73% drop in financial industry breaches and 22% uptick overall. Plus, LinkedIn addresses a security issue.
While working for PSCU, Reynaldo Colon steals customer card numbers to pay for about $8,000 in fast food meals.
A rise in DDoS-for-hire services enables virtually anyone to launch malware attacks against high-profile targets.
Cheryl Vickers' familiarity with Houston Police FCU's accounting and core processing systems allows her to steal more than $1M.
A survey finds discrepancies in companies’ cybersecurity training effectiveness and executive concerns over insider threats.
Charles Juska committed loan fraud to help struggling members. His actions cost his $23M credit union hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses.