The FBI is asking all U.S. victims of DDoS attacks to please come forward. The bureau's plea for more information from cyberattack victims parallels similar requests made this week by British authorities speaking at ISMG's Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit in London.
It's the age of open banking, and that means changes for banking institutions and their customers - as well as for fraudsters. Just as open banking era makes business easier for customers, it also enables new opportunities for cybercriminals.
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A look at President Donald Trump's pick for the Department of Homeland Security secretary, Kirstjen Nielsen, leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also featured: Equifax's and TransUnion's problem with dubious code.
Security researchers have discovered websites run by credit bureaus Equifax and TransUnion were both affected by dodgy code that redirected users to adware and malware. Both issues are fixed, but the situations beg questions about how closely the companies monitor their online security.
For the second time in two years, Hyatt Hotels suffered a payment card data breach after attackers infected payment card processing systems with malware. The latest breach lasted for over three months and affected 41 Hyatt hotels across 11 countries.
Malware-wielding attackers reportedly hacked into a Taiwanese bank last week and transferred nearly $60 million via fraudulent SWIFT money-moving messages to accounts in Cambodia, Sri Lanka and the United States. Authorities say most of the stolen funds have been recovered.
Criminals in Mexico have added endoscopes to their ATM-attack toolkits, warns cash-machine manufacturer NCR. Pairing endoscopes with "black box" attacks can enable criminals to defeat sensors and instruct an ATM to dispense all of its cash.
This monthly Security Agenda will highlight some of the most recent additions to our course library. September's edition features Ed Amoroso on the evolution of the role of a CISO. Other influencers like Hearst CISO David Hahn, First U.S. CISO, Gen. Gregory Touhill, Retired and Jennings Aske, CISO of New...
At the first of three Congressional hearings slated this week to examine the Equifax mega-breach, one Republican said of the company's delay in detecting the breach: "It's like the guards of Fort Knox forgot to lock the doors and failed to notice the thieves were emptying the vaults."
Upscale supermarket chain Whole Foods Market says it's investigating a payment card breach affecting dozens of taprooms and an unspecific number of restaurants located inside its stores. But it says no point-of-sale systems at checkout lanes were compromised.
Cybercriminals are evolving. Increasingly, they are capitalizing on the open and unprotected nature of the Domain Name System (DNS) to launch damaging phishing, malware, and ransomware attacks. How are you proactively protecting your network and users from these targeted threats? Here are five things to ask yourself...
It's likely not a matter of if, but when your company will fall prey to a targeted attack involving malware, ransomware, data exfiltration, or phishing. In fact, 70% of organizations reported a security incident that negatively impacted their business in the past year. Learn more about the realities of cybercrime in...
With the constant drumbeat of news reports about security breaches, cyber security is hard to ignore. Organizations understand that they need comprehensive security solutions, yet significant gaps remain. Malicious actors have evolved their methods to leverage the vulnerabilities of the Domain Name System (DNS), and...
Targeted threats are increasing at an alarming rate. Malicious actors are evolving their methodologies and are increasingly exploiting the domain name system (DNS) to launch cyberattacks. Learn more about how to proactively protect your company with an additional layer of cloud-based security.
French competitive beard-grower Gal Vallerius was arrested in Atlanta while traveling to the World Beard and Moustache Championships in Texas on charges that he's a darknet marketplace administrator and vendor of controlled substances known as "OxyMonster."