Hackers stole £4.3 million from the Russian central bank last year via the SWIFT messaging system, according to report from the bank.
Telecom giant Swisscom Wednesday disclosed that an unauthorised intruder misappropriated an unnamed sales partner's access to its data, thereby compromising basic information pertaining to approximately 800,000 customers.
One third (32 percent) of Britons would apply for a job as a money mule - knowingly helping criminals launder money, according to the results of a fake job advert set up by Santander.
A newly discovered mobile malware program that primarily targets Russian banking customers can take over victims' SMS capabilities, allowing cyber-criminals to intercept text messages that contain bank security codes.
Security researchers have found a new strain of malware targeting banking apps on Android devices.
A critical security bug put millions of banking app users at risk, according to researchers from the University of Birmingham.
Vulnerability could enable hackers to carry out MitM attacks on bank apps - 10 million users at risk
New Ursnif variants being tested in the wild are using redirection attacks to target Australian banks and malicious TLS callback techniques to achieve process injection.
A banking trojan that's been targeting US financial institutions and services since at least September is already as advanced in its capabilities as its predecessors Zeus, Gozi, and Dridex, researchers from IBM have reported.
Cunning SEO trickery and new variant of Zeus Panda targets international banking customers
A new variant of the banking Trojan, CoreBot, which was mainly active in the summer of 2015, has been spotted by security researchers with the new variant spreading via malicious Office documents.
A new bankrobber Trojan has been identified by researchers at Kaspersky Lab, quietly stealing money direct from the banks themselves rather than targeting customers.
Malspam campaigns designed to spread the Ursnif banking trojan have been heavily targeting Japanese banks and payment card providers in 2017, especially since September, according to IBM'sX-Force research team.
Researchers with PhishMe have released the details of a phishing campaign, currently being run in Switzerland, that uses a tax dodge to entice its victims to open an attached file, which will then download the Retefe banking trojan.
An Android banking trojan dubbed LokiBot turns into a ransomware when users try to remove its admin privileges in a last ditch effort to extort the user.
Cyber-criminals used stolen SWIFT codes to transfer money from multiple Nepali banks on 19 October 2017.
A new family of ATM malware, dubbed ATMii, is using legitimate proprietary libraries and a small piece of code to cause the machines to spit out money and targets older Windows versions.
Cyber-criminals are using legitimate VMware binary to spread banking trojans in a new phishing campaign targeting the Brazilian financial sector.
A new strain of banking malware is targeting Android users, security researchers have discovered. Red Alert Trojan targets more than 60 banking and social networking apps
Vitali Kremez reports how the Necurs botnet is delivering a different type of malware that poses a threat specifically to the financial sector: the "Trickbot" banking Trojan.
Clearer definitions between privacy, security, and trust - a mix of these areas can be a great place for innovations. Identification and authentication are two particular areas that lots of innovation can happen says Dr Fatemi Ardakani
Unsurprisingly, Wonga customers have been told to change their passwords after the payday loan firm admitted it had suffered a major data breach affecting 250,000 customers.
The agreement follows a number of high profile cyber-attacks on banking systems around the world, which has brought banking security to the top of the agenda.
SIDN, the Dutch domain registry, has released a report which says banking has less than ideal DNSSEC.
Chris Dye explores how banks can use testing to prevent disasters and provides practical tips on how the sector can improve cyber-resiliency.
Lazarus Group, widely thought to originate from North Korea, has been driven into the light once again, if reports from Symantec are to be believed.
Tony Robinson discusses the CMA ruling on mobile banking.
A hacker going by the name of CyberZeist is claiming to have found a Local File Inclusion vulnerability in the website of "many UK banks".
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Treasury Committee member Steve Baker MP questioned the FCA about the lack of IT expertise on the board of directors, saying it was crucial to understanding complex banking systems.