Coincheck, a Tokyo-based exchange, says it suffered a hack attack that led to the theft of $530 million worth of XEM cryptocurrency from its hot wallet. But the developers of XEM say they are tagging all accounts that receive the stolen funds to stop it from being converted to cash.
U.S. Secret Service alert: For the first time, malware-using fraudsters have been draining U.S. ATMs of their cash via what's known as a jackpotting or cash-out attack. Two older models of ATMs made by Diebold Nixdorf appear to have been targeted.
How much does it cost to buy cybercrime-enabling products or services? Just $5 and up, security researchers say. Law enforcement agencies warn that small-time players as well as "serious and organized" crime rings are using cybercrime as a service to make illicit profits.
While many .gov domains have attempted DMARC, few have succeeded in using it to stop fraud. In fact, an exclusive analysis shows that 96 percent of government domains are easy to impersonate with fake emails that appear to come from their domains.
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True "next-generation" multi-factor authentication (MFA) platforms should be well equipped to manage the customer experience while providing the right level of security assurance at the right time, anytime.
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In this in-depth interview, Daniel Cohen of RSA discusses how open banking, also known as banking as a service, will affect the fight against fraud and offers insights on the security steps banks should be taking.
To deliver exceptional digital services, you need the ability to seamlessly welcome customers in, while keeping fraudsters out.
The solution is no longer about finding the right balance between security and convenience. It's about using security as an enabler to help you accelerate your digital...
An analysis of the most popular 1 million global domains shows that most domain owners have not attempted to implement fraud protection through the latest and most complete form of protection, DMARC. Of those that have attempted DMARC, only 23 percent are actually achieving protection from fraud.
Despite DMARC's enormous advantages, an analysis has found that 77 percent of organizations that attempt to implement it aren't getting it right.
The vast majority of domains either had configuration errors or hadn't set it to enforce the whitelist. Large enterprises with big IT departments had approximately the...
DMARC enables companies to authenticate legitimate email, publish policies enforceable throughout the ecosystem, and gain intelligence on their email streams.
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326% average ROI;
$1.1m reduction in customer support...
What are the immediate tasks that federal agencies must undertake to comply with the new DHS directive Binding Operational Directive (BOD) 18-01?
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How and when to issue your agency plan of action;
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The operators of the Necurs botnet continue to target victims with phishing campaigns designed to infect them with banking malware, ransomware and cryptocurrency fever, as well as to generate profits via dating website referrals.
Whether it's insider or third-party vendor access, organizations are realizing they need to do more with their privileged accounts and systems. But traditional approaches often leave organizations with wide gaps in security. Sam Elliott of Bomgar explains what companies need to look for when it comes to access...
Data broker Equifax has released a revised count of U.K. victims of its massive 2017 data breach, now saying 860,000 residents had their personal details exposed. The data broker is offering its own fraud-monitoring services to breach victims, provided they share their personal details.
As long as we've had currency, we've had money laundering. Lately, we've been fighting a more effective battle against it. But what used to be a stable, predictable evolution of regulation, compliance, and on the criminals' side, evasion, has collapsed in a year of revelations.
This report is divided into two...