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Courier Scams – don’t give away your bank card

If someone rings you up to tell you that your bank card has been compromised, it may be because they want to get their own hands on it.

British bank employee accessed bank statements of partner’s ex-wife

A Barclays employee accessed her partner’s ex-wife’s bank statements when he was involved in a legal dispute over the terms of a divorce settlement.

Online Shopping and a Phishing Pheeding Phrenzy [3]

A shortened and updated version of the advice that David Harley and Andrew Lee gave to potential phish victims in an earlier paper. Part 3 of a three-part article on phishing scams old and new, and some of the ways to recognize the baited hook.

Scams and the Beautiful Game

We like to give you plenty of warning when we suspect that something unpleasant is coming down the pike, even if it’s just one of those likely bursts of Black Hat SEO (web search poisoning) that come with a media-friendly event. Still, I suspect that if I told you we expect lots of malicious activity

Skimming for Beginners

Regrettably, pretty much anything could happen to your credit card while it’s out of your sight. However, the “ATM Card Skimming and PIN capturing Awareness Guide”, while it can’t cover every possible permutation of illicit additives to your friendly local ATM, does at least offer some guidance as to what to look for.

Banking Fraud? Tell me and tell me quick!

In the survey, banks that were notifying consumers as quickly as possible or immediately across multiple channels performed well [and] they also improved cardholder confidence. Notifications over multiple channels were also significant.

European Cybercriminal Gangs Target Middle America SMBs

 Better get your CFO to review UCC Article 4A and realign protocols with your business bank – The clear and present danger to our banking through malware hits at the heart of our economy: the SMB. Stealthy malware-based theft of funds start the clock ticking much quicker than most SMB owners realize and without action

Insider Threat: Malware on your ATM

  Insider Threat – your ATM may now be hacked from the inside. According to Wired’s Threat Level Blog… A Bank of America worker installed malicious software on his employer’s ATMs that allowed him to make thousands of dollars in fraudulent withdrawals, all without leaving a transaction record, according to federal prosecutors. According to the

PIN Money

Further to an earlier blog about the "broken" Chip & PIN credit card security system (strictly speaking, the primary problem described is with EMV), it's noticeable that, as John Leyden puts it, "Industry groups [have] leap[t] to Chip and PIN's defence." In fact, the response has been a bit more mixed than that. But there

Bank Scammers: No Respecters of Age

There are some civilizations that revere their elders for their wisdom. Unfortunately, I don’t live in one of them.  In others, old people are quietly abandoned on icefloes or the sides of mountains when they start to take more from the community than they contribute towards it. I guess I’m reaching the age where I should

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