Three Seattle area men have been arrested for their alleged involvement in separate ATM skimming schemes that drained more than half a million dollars from retail customer accounts in at least six states.
According to the Pasco County, Fla., Sheriff's Dept., at least 44 customers were defrauded of thousands of dollars, after their cards were skimmed at two walk-up ATMs at area banks, including Bank of America.
Are executives spending too much time and energy focused on external hacks, sacrificing attention they should be paying to internal threats? It's good that business leaders understand insiders pose risks, but are they taking those risks as seriously as they should?
A repentant SparkyBlaze wants to go legit, leaving behind the hacktivism he helped foster as a member of Anonymous and start a career in the U.S. as a ethical hacker. As proof, he's offering advice to protect IT from hackers.
A new, free guide on Facebook security, though geared for users, details the practices chief information security officers and other organizational security practitioners should share with their staffs to assure not only safe Internet hygiene when workers access Facebook from work, but for use with other social media...
As banks and credit unions assess online risk, in light of the updated guidance from the FFIEC, financial fraud analyst Tom Wills says they should consider mobile as a viable layer for out-of-band authentication.
Debit fraud and skimming are growing problems, and they're why California-based Fremont Bank is switching from mag-stripe to chip-based debit cards, says Chris Olson, the bank's chief operating and enterprise risk officer.
A months-long investigation led Australian investigators to more than 50 stolen POS terminals, dozens of card skimmers and more than 18,000 blank and counterfeit cards. So far, 25 people have been arrested and charged for their parts in the alleged scheme.
Eduardo Perez says, simply, the "time was right" for Visa's introduction of chip-based payments incentives for U.S. merchants. Visa's new mobile-to-EMV program offers PCI-audit-compliance waivers to qualified merchants who implement dual-interface contact and contactless acceptance.