Suit claims aggressive automated software copies legit profiles to create dummy profiles so hackers can access profile information.
These credit union leaders are taking a byte out of the stereotypes and making their mark in the credit union technology space.
A U.S. Department of Homeland Security memo that said the May 7 distributed denial of service attacks threatened by the so-called “hacktivist” collective Anonymous against government and financial websites would be more bark than bite prove to be true.
Hacktivists Anonymous threats failed to materialize but that doesn't mean DDoS attacks won't follow, and they could go beyond the website.
Consumers are increasingly tapping their smartphones and tablets to manage their money, a trend that may push personal financial management tools into the mainstream and open new opportunities for credit unions to help their members in real time.
While Fiserv Inc.’s purchase of Open Solutions Inc. marked the end of an era, it also sparked conversation about how the financial services technology giant will handle the addition of another handful of core account processing platforms to its portfolio.
Although relatively unsophisticated, distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS) are fairly difficult to defend against.
Get an in-depth look at the Fiserv takeover of Open Solutions in this preview from next week's print edition.
Jeffrey Yabuki sees combining of flagship platforms and addition of new products as pluses.
Opinions divided on credit unions as targets of denial of service attacks.