European Parliament Approves Mass ID Database PlansThe European Parliament has approved plans to boost physical security by implementing a mass identity database, although privacy concerns persist.
TSB to refund all fraud victimsTSB has announced that it will be refunding all of its banking customers if they are innocent victims of all types of transactional fraud losses as part of its Fraud Refund Guarantee, a UK banking...
MY TAKE: Account hijackers follow small banks, credit unions over to mobile banking appsAs long as cyber attacks continue, financial institutions will remain a prime target, for obvious reasons. Outside of giants JP Morgan, Bank of America, Citigroup, Wells Fargo and U.S. Bancorp, th...
#1088: How Hackers Are Now Collaborating to Spread Financial Trojans to Financial Institutions Worldwide...In an ironic credit union twist, hackers are now collaborating to break into your cooperative shops and steal whatever they can with financial Trojans (i.e. Trojan horse) that are highly effective...
Substantial Support from State Attorneys General on Identity Theft RulesIn February, 31 State Attorneys signed a letter endorsing the identify theft rules and acknowledging the need for more secure authentication practices. OneSpan’s Michael Magrath discusses.
OneSpan to Announce First Quarter 2019 Financial Results May 7, 2019On May 7, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. ET/22:30 CEST, OneSpan will host a conference call to discuss its first quarter 2019 financial results.
The Road to Adaptive Authentication
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Exodus Android Spyware With Possible Links to Italian Government AnalyzedAndroid spyware known as Exodus has been found in more than 20 apps on Google Play Store. The malware is believed to have been developed by the Italian firm eSurv, which has commercial connections...