Criminals made off with $301 million per month last year via business email compromise scams
Attacks on the manufacturing and construction industries propelled much of the growth.
While Bulgaria investigates financial breach, hackers tease more data
Bulgaria's prime minister convened an emergency meeting on the matter, and the country has sought assistance from the European Union’s cybersecurity agency.
Judge won’t toss ex-hedge fund manager’s claim Brevet Capital hacked his email
The case highlights uncomfortable questions about what information employers can access about their employees, and they access it.
Automated Magecart spree hit thousands of sites via misconfigured cloud servers, RiskIQ says
The crooks are scanning the web for vulnerable Amazon Web Services S3 buckets, according to security vendor RiskIQ.
Synthetic identity theft is the fastest-growing financial crime in the U.S.
Indictments unsealed in June hint at the scope of the problem.
A Chinese company has 25 million Android devices tangled in an ad fraud scheme
Researchers declined to identify the company by name, citing an ongoing law enforcement investigation.
How identifying bogus checks at M&T Bank is a lot like hunting cybercriminals
The top cybersecurity official at M&T Bank explains how analytics — and his NSA background — have reshaped the institution's approach to catching check fraud.
British Airways fined $229 million under GDPR for data breach tied to Magecart
GDPR fines are getting real.
$3 million hack of Bangladesh ATMs was by Russian group called Silence, researchers say
Not the Bangladesh Bank hack you're thinking of.
TA505 launches fresh attacks on financial organizations in Singapore, UAE and U.S.
Far from a one-trick pony, TA505’s recent documented activity hasn’t involved ransomware as the group has looked for other ways to make money.