Those of you who are CISOs and have been conducting awareness programs for years realise that ''the devil is in the details" when building a successful program. Initial attempts to get an awareness program started are usually done by trial and error- but this hit-and-miss approach is often ineffective or frustrating....
Police in India have made seven arrests of suspected money mules involved in the theft of $13.5 million from Cosmos Bank. Authorities continue to investigate the heist in hopes of identifying those who led the attack.
Online retailer Newegg is investigating a malware attack that may have stolen customers' payment card details for more than a month. Security firms have traced the heist to Magecart, a loose affiliation of cybercrime gangs also tied to payment card data breaches at British Airways and Ticketmaster.
As healthcare records have steadily gone digital, the industry
has had to play catch-up with cybersecurity. But that is starting
to change as healthcare companies pay a steep toll in data
breaches: records replacement, remediation, downtime, bad
reputation, fines and even stock prices. The damage happens
Coordinated police raids in Germany and Sweden have resulted in the arrest of two Syrian nationals suspected of running a cyber fraud operation that purchased stolen card data to book hundreds of airline and train tickets to help smuggle people from the Middle East into Europe.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of a new Government Accountability Office report on the causes of last year's massive Equifax breach. Also: An update on the role of tokenization in protecting payments.
Russian national Peter Levashov, who was arrested in Spain last year and extradited to the U.S., has admitted to a two-decade crime spree that included running multiple botnets that harvested online credentials while also pumping out spam, banking Trojans and ransomware.
The British Airways breach, in which up to 380,000 website and mobile users' payment card details were stolen, traces to card-scraping code injected into a script on the airline's website by the cybercrime group called Magecart, says security firm RiskIQ.
Organizations and people's security hygiene can be poor, and criminals know it. Fraudulent activity costs are in the billions worldwide across industries, and over 16 million consumers in the US were victims of identity theft or fraud in 2016. Learning to analyze data at the speed of the business will ensure your...
British Airways has been threatened with a class-action lawsuit in U.K. court after warning that a hacker stole payment card data associated with 380,000 transactions. A law firm says that under GDPR, the airline should compensate victims for "inconvenience, distress and misuse of their private information."
U.S. prosecutors have accused a 34-year-old North Korean man of involvement in some of the most destructive and profitable cyberattacks ever seen, including the WannaCry ransomware outbreak, the Sony Pictures Entertainment breach and the theft of $81 million from Bangladesh Bank.
Canada, which has a head start on the adoption of digital payments, has learned some valuable security lessons that could be beneficial to the U.S., says Gord Jamieson of Visa. He'll be a featured speaker at ISMG's Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit: Toronto, to be held Sept. 11-12.
A cybercrime gang called "Silence," which appears to have just two members, has been tied to attacks that have so far stolen at least $800,000, in part via ATM jackpotting or "cash out" attacks, warns cybercrime investigation firm Group-IB.