Following the recent attack, Tesco Bank reported the breach to the Financial Conduct Authority, an organisation ill-equipped to understand what had happened.
Russian banks will be faced with a whole range of new regulations, and penalties for non-compliance, when it comes to cyber-security, according to the country's Central Bank
Hackers could wreak havoc on banks and other financial institutions, claims Mary Jo White
A data file of 10GB holding sensitive financial data compromised from an InvestBank in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been leaked online. The file contains information on tens of thousands of customers from a bank based in Sharjah.
ICYMI: Morrisons breach; Worldpay card data; power attack losses; Russian EU targets; criminal capabilityApril 15, 2016
The latest In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) looks at Morrisons lawsuit; Wordpay vulnerabilities; Critical scenario costs; EU Banks targeted; Cyber-crime capabilities.
The latest In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) looks at Rusian bank attack thwarted; need for UK CISO?; banks hack themselves; Cypto key hack; US hospital ransomed.
ThreatMetrix's new report has come up with several new insights from the last quarter including the evolution of bot tactics to avoid the traditional defences of lenders and banks.
Russian Interior Ministry cyber-crimes department thwarts Russian banking cyber-crime group.
The latest In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) looks at Apple OS X vulnerability ranking; Banks still using SSL; GDPR agreed; Dutch oppose encryption backoors; Baltics boost national IT security
At least half of Russian corporate computers have been attacked, and increasingly hackers rely on the slow rate of patching.
Letters to the editor: UAE bank hack and ransom a wake up call for companies to contain breaches once they occur.
Banks are strictly Lastminute.com when it comes to updating embedded Windows XP operating systems in their ATMs, leaving 65,000 cash cows vulnerable to malware milking.
Amid the growing number of cyber-attacks on their internet systems, Russian banks are considering designing new systems of IT security.
This week's 'In Case You Missed It' column looks at the five most-read articles on SC this week, from hacking of Windows 10 and exploits on patched Macs to bank attacks and DDoS.
It's hoped that a new TLD will revolutionise online bank security, but time will only tell if it will gain traction with the industry and the public.
This week's In Case You Missed It looks at Yemen's cyber-army, Google's latest efforts with online privacy and finally some good news for women in security.
Researchers at IBM Security Trusteer say that new and nasty variants of the Tinba Trojan, said to be the world's smallest malware, are emerging, and they're targeting European banks.
Russian banks increasingly concerned at the activities of cyber-criminals taking advantage of dated operating systems.
The Carbanak APT group which has stolen millions of pounds from global banks may have close ties to Russia after all. A security researcher says that the command and control (C&C) used by the group resolves to an IP linked to the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB).
Nearly half of European IT professionals would struggle to meet the reporting requirements of new EU data protection regulation. That's according to a survey from Varonis, who also found that a third of organisations did not have a plan to enable them to comply with the new legislation.
The top stories on SC over the last week include Barclays poaching staff from Europol, anti-virus concerns and some useful advice for getting information security right.
Paul Gillen, head of operations at Europol's European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), will leave his position to take up a similar title at UK bank Barclays.
Russian banks see Tyupkin ATM malware use rise in Russia and take steps to locate culprits.
New research by security vendor AVG has revealed that a variant of the well-known Vawtrak banking Trojan is using some unusual methods to hide what it is doing in an attempt to evade detection.
A main UK bank ignored a serious two-factor-authentication (2FA) flaw months before 'Carbanak' criminals exploited a similar loophole to steal £millions from about 100 banks.
It's not just Ed Milliband that has hedge funds in his sights, there are others looking for rich pickings too.
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