Five million customer credit and debit cards offered for sale by the JokerStash hacking syndicate, also known as Fin7, likely came from records stolen from Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor between May 2017 and 28 March.
An attack campaign targeting Android users in Austria has been employing a novel trio of techniques to steal their funds: a credentials phishing web page, malicious banking app overlays, and credit card phishing screens.
ICYMI: 2017 predictions; Post-Brexit; Trusting employees; Card Phish scam; WhatsApp delivers malware
In Case You Missed it this week includes: CyberSec 2017 predictions; Brexit data implications; Employees too trusting; Credit card details phished; Mobile malware via WhatsApp
The adoption of EMV in the US is quickly closing off the lucrative trade in card details, driving up the price of stolen data.
Worldpay's electronic payment gateway setup pages offer poor security seals on credit card details, according to a security researcher.
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.
Worldpay, a payment processing technology company, said it's researching using facial recognition in stores around the UK as a card fraud preventative measure.
A new credit card-stealing attack is underway on the eBay Magento e-commerce platform, which is used by more than 240,000 businesses worldwide.
Matthew Bryars, CEO of Aeriandi, analyses the threat of insider fraud and what contact centres can do to minimise risk
eBay's e-commerce platform Magento has a critical remote code execution (RCE) flaw, which could be used by hackers to remotely compromise up to 200,000 online stores in order to steal credit card details and personal information.
The retail industry is a common target for hackers, mainly because that's where the money is. But as Sophos security expert James Lyne demonstrates, their defences are all too often easily exploitable.
A team of Dutch scientists is proposing a new security system for credit cards and passports which uses the power of quantum physics - and which is apparently 'impossible to hack'.
The underground hacker market has become so commercialised that cyber-criminals are offering "100% satisfaction" guarantees on stolen credit cards, or they will be replaced.
Russian banks to share attack details via IT security centre for the banking sector.
New research claims to quantify the scale of card fraud in Russian speaking circles. And according to Group-IB's analysis over the last year, that fraud clocks in at a hefty £420 million (US $680 million).
The Home Depot card data breach may have continued for longer than the Target attack late last year, according to new reports.
Banking and card fraud back on the rise again says the FFA UK as crime increasingly moves online.
All 2,200 Home Depot stores may be affected by the latest credit card hack suggests security researcher Brian Krebs.
This development represents something of a shift in hacker methodology - Nigel Stanley, Incoming Thought CEO/analyst
Complete counterfeit card production kits confiscated - plans to draw cash at magnetic stripe card-using ATMs in Asia thwarted
Use of tokens is one of the ways we might limit the amount of sensitive data linked to our cards suggests Tim Critchley.
Last week's reports of Anonymous Ukraine obtaining and leaking seven million credit card details may be erroneous, with the data having apparently been disclosed in older data breaches.
Anonymous Ukraine says that it has information on "more than 800 million credit cards", and has leaked the first million of those with Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover accounts onto a public forum.
South Korea's regulators say that 20 million bank and credit card users have been compromised
Target card breach, "echoes of the infamous TJ Maxx incident of 2005" - Graham Cluley.
As Royal Mail issues phishing warning, a Manchester-based phishing scammer is jailed for three-and-a-half years.