Hacking forums survive cybercrime dragnet as feds prioritize drug-market busts
The pesistence of these markets is in part a reflection of the U.S. Department of Justice's priorities.
Financial crime outpaces espionage as top motivation for data breaches, Verizon report finds
The figures again demonstrate how, despite an industrywide focus on technology, many breaches require human trust to be successful.
Fintech giant Fiserv sued by Pa. credit union for 'baffling security lapses'
The complaint alleges that Fiserv left a Pennsylvania-based credit union's banking website littered with vulnerabilities.
TA505 hackers thwarted at the door of a big financial org
The group known for Locky ransomware has revealed some of its new tools and tactics.
Scammers are selling 3.2 million payment records stolen from Indian cardholders
Researchers analyzed roughly 60 underground markets for payment-card data. All of them sold Indian card data.
Brazilian 'pirates' sail around two-factor authentication to vex banking sector
Brazil's underground digital bazaar is host to opportunistic "pirates," some who are quite skilled, Recorded Future says.