Post Tagged with: "phishing"

Barclays Customers Can Now Have Their IDs Verified at ‘Hello’

Barclays Customers Can Now Have Their IDs Verified at ‘Hello’

by August 4, 2016 at 10:03 am 0 comments

The “voice revolution” is about to make consumer banking a whole lot faster and easier. This week, Barclays announced that it is expanding its voice authentication program to all 12 million retail customers who call the bank, expanding the program it launched four years ago in its wealth management division.Read More

Fighting Fraud with… Fake Fraud?

Fighting Fraud with… Fake Fraud?

by April 20, 2016 at 10:32 am 1 comment

The most vulnerable point in a bank’s network today might just be Bill over in marketing — or any employee. Humans are by nature vulnerable to social engineering and may discuss where they work on social media — LinkedIn is a treasure trove for would-be bank hackers. A common attack against aRead More

NICE-Actimize Introduces Cloud-based AML Compliance Tool

NICE-Actimize Introduces Cloud-based AML Compliance Tool

by April 18, 2016 at 12:27 pm 1 comment

‘Cloud’ used to be a scary word in banking — but as the services offered by Amazon, IBM and others grow more sophisticated, both bankers and regulators are learning to love the cloud. Banks have generally been reluctant to move important information from in-house environments to the cloud, but that couldRead More

Citi’s Email Fail

Citi’s Email Fail

by January 9, 2013 at 3:29 pm 0 comments

Citibank has an email problem. Want to see it? Go to citibank.com. Click on “Contact Us,” near the top right-hand corner of the homepage. Then click “Send an Email” on the right  side of the page. What you see is a warning from your browser that you may be following a linkRead More

Credit Card Processors Targeted In Hacker Attacks by Poxxie

by November 20, 2012 at 12:59 pm 0 comments

A European hacker broke into a U.S. company’s computer network and stole 1,400 credit card numbers, account holders’ names and addresses, and security codes. The hacker, nicknamed Poxxie, sold the stolen credit card data to other cyber criminals through his own website, CVV2s.in, for $3.50 per credit card. The maliciousRead More