Tag "Banking Security"
A major data breach hit the news in September 2016, affecting around 500 million Yahoo users. A few months later, the company revealed that a shocking one billion user accounts were hacked in
Ransomware accounted for one tenth of 1% of all malicious email content in Q4, according to a new threat report from Proofpoint. It’s Q4 threat report found that banking trojans accounted
Outages at TSB and HSBC illustrate the problem: any bank attempting to simultaneous update and preserve their current IT infrastructure, without downtimes or service disruption, faces a monumental task. Now, Veracode’s
“What I did 50 years ago is 4,000 times easier to do today because of technology,” says Frank Abagnale, 70-year-old FBI security consultant and former con man. His exploits as a check
By Julia Sowells Senior Information Security Specialist at Hacker Combat, In the turn of the century 18 years ago, people have embraced Web 2.0, a new dynamic web replacing the static
Cloud-based applications have revolutionized the way we do business: they make doing business more convenient for customers and more efficient for companies. Yet, cloud-based service applications may expose user information in ways