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17 JANUARY 2019
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article thumbnail Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Finally a bank prepared to prove their own identity
Barclays commitment to beating scammers
Well done for Barclays for being the first bank taking responsibility for proving their identity. Read more ...

 
     

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Analysing behaviour with deep learning is key to stopping fraud

Taking an early approach to risk-management
PSD2 (Revised Payment Services Directive) is driving many organisations to completely overhaul their authentication processes, with the requirement of a second authentication method. But verifying a user is only part of the story; crucial to a business’s longevity and bottom line is detecting, isolating and preventing fraud, from before the user profile is created. Article by Antony Bream, Global Head of Enterprise and New Business, AimBrain.
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News - CybercrimeThursday, 23 August 2018

Financial Ombudsman supports victims of scams
"Customers not always negligent"

Banks must not automatically blame their customers if targeted by sophisticated scammers, the Financial Ombudsman Service has said. Read more ...

News - CybercrimeThursday, 23 August 2018

North Koreans hack exchange with “first” MacOS Malware
North Korean hackers have infected a cryptocurrency exchange with malware for both Windows and macOS for reportedly the first time, Russian internet security company Kaspersky Lab said today (August 23). Read more ...

article thumbnail News - CybercrimeTuesday, 14 August 2018

FBI warns of global ATM cyber crime spree
Criminals gaining access via bank systems
The FBI is warning banks that cyber criminals are planning a highly-coordinated attack on cash machines around the world that could see millions of dollars withdrawn from customer bank accounts. Read more ...

News - CybercrimeTuesday, 22 May 2018

The top 5 cyberattack threats to banks in 2018
Report identifies main ‘high tech wrecking balls’ Read more ...

News - CybercrimeMonday, 09 April 2018

Arrest after thousands of Polish ransomware attacks
Suspect faces 181 charges Read more ...

News - CybercrimeWednesday, 04 April 2018

New malware targets crypto and digital currencies
Copied payment details are modified to divert transactions Read more ...

News - CybercrimeWednesday, 28 March 2018

Facebook passwords sold for a pittance on the Dark Web
Hacked financial data fetches several times more
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News - CybercrimeWednesday, 14 February 2018

Equifax admits breach was wider than reported
Senator demands company produces full details Read more ...

article thumbnail News - CybercrimeTuesday, 13 February 2018

Financial services cyberattacks triple in five years
Breaches cost more to contain than in any other industry Read more ...

News - CybercrimeFriday, 09 February 2018

Police release ransomware decryption keys
52 tools now available to unlock encrypted files Read more ...

News - CybercrimeThursday, 23 August 2018

Financial Ombudsman supports victims of scams
"Customers not always negligent"

Banks must not automatically blame their customers if targeted by sophisticated scammers, the Financial Ombudsman Service has said. Read more ...

News - CybercrimeThursday, 23 August 2018

North Koreans hack exchange with “first” MacOS Malware
North Korean hackers have infected a cryptocurrency exchange with malware for both Windows and macOS for reportedly the first time, Russian internet security company Kaspersky Lab said today (August 23). Read more ...

article thumbnail News - CybercrimeTuesday, 14 August 2018

FBI warns of global ATM cyber crime spree
Criminals gaining access via bank systems
The FBI is warning banks that cyber criminals are planning a highly-coordinated attack on cash machines around the world that could see millions of dollars withdrawn from customer bank accounts. Read more ...

News - CybercrimeTuesday, 22 May 2018

The top 5 cyberattack threats to banks in 2018
Report identifies main ‘high tech wrecking balls’ Read more ...

News - CybercrimeMonday, 09 April 2018

Arrest after thousands of Polish ransomware attacks
Suspect faces 181 charges Read more ...

 
     
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