28 January 2015

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Financial sector must improve cyber defences - BofE

23 January 2015  | 0 comments | 15 tweets | 6 linkedin

Britain's banks must do more to protect themselves from cyber attacks, says the Bank of England, following an analysis of the perimeter defences and operational resilience of 36 of the nation's top financial service providers.

With only nine months to go until the US EMV migration deadline, more than half of retailers are not ready for the switch, according to a survey from ACI Worldwide.

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11% of Android banking apps 'suspicious' - RiskIQ

22 January 2015  | 0 comments | 23 tweets | 14 linkedin

More than 11% of Android banking and finance-related apps contain malware or suspicious binaries, according to research from RiskIQ.

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Thieves use iPod nano in low-tech ATM skimming fraud

21 January 2015  | 1 comments | 8 tweets | 10 linkedin

Thieves in Manchester have been recycling redundant iPod nano devices to snap photos of consumers entering their PINs at an ATM machine in a somewhat crude take on traditional skimming fraud.

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US credit union regulator coughs up $50k for lost thumb drive

20 January 2015  | 0 comments | 1 tweets | 1 linkedin

America's credit union regulator has agreed to pay up to $50,000 to cover costs associated with a data breach that saw it lose a thumb drive handed over to one of its examiners by Palm Springs Credit Union.

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USAA to roll out voice and facial authentication for mobile log-in

20 January 2015  | 2 comments | 17 tweets | 16 linkedin

Texas-based USAA is to offer consumers the option of using voice and facial recognition technologies to log into their accounts over mobile devices.

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