Discovered in 2009, Skimer was the first malicious programme to target ATMs. Seven years later, cybercriminals are reusing the malware but both the crooks and the programme have evolved, according to Kaspersky Lab.
Almost any ATM in the world can be illegally accessed or ‘jackpotted’ with or without the help of malware, according to Kaspersky Lab.
The finance industry has been revolutionised by digital technology, and this has made it more vulnerable to security threats, writes Lim Chin Keng of F5 Networks.
Due to Singapore’s unique demographics, many of the attacks seen in western countries have increasingly turned their sights to the city-state, writes Limor Kessem of IBM Security.
Tinbapore is a malware that targets Asian banks, which signals a need to rethink security strategies, says an F5 Networks exec.
We feed mobile apps with passwords, private information, and access to our money. Do those applications protect our private life? Do contain vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers?
The ‘Sony hack’ is not an anomaly, in that the company is being called out for poor security for behaviour that is actually very common across enterprises, according to network security specialist CyberArk.
Akamai Technologies Inc is alerting banks and enterprises to the use of Yummba webinject tools in banking fraud, and making banks even more vulnerable to malware.