Banking organizations dub proposed US cyber notification regulation 'burdensome'
The banking groups say they support the rule's policy goals, but want to alter its reporting threshold.
Fed chair deems cyber threat top risk to financial sector
He said he's more concerned about a cyberattack than he is of another global financial crisis.
Financial industry preps for proposal that would require 36-hour breach notification
The rule requires financial services companies to notify regulators within 36 hours of a major cyber incident, but that's just for starters.
Ukrainian gets US prison term in decade-old cybercrime, money-laundering case
From 2009-12, Aleksandr Musienko "partnered with Eastern European computer hackers to obtain over $3 million from U.S. victims’ bank accounts and launder the stolen funds," prosecutors said.
'EventBot' comes online amid flurry of regularly updated banking trojans
It could only be a matter of time before the hackers begin using the malware against banking customers.
Mobile phishing scam hits customers at big North American banks
Customers at big banks like Chase, the Royal Bank of Canada, and London-based HSBC are among the targets, researchers said.