04 July 2015

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Bank regulator IT examiners need more training - report

03 July 2015  | 0 comments | 3 tweets | 4 linkedin

American banking regulators are sending staffers with "little or no" tech training to carry out IT examinations at smaller institutions, according to a report from the US Government Accountability Office (GAO).

A notorious cybercrook responsible for more than 100 online banking Trojans has been outed by security firm Trend Micro as a 20-year-old Brazilian computer science student.

Trump hotels investigate card breach claims

02 July 2015  | 0 comments | 2 linkedin

Donald Trump's luxury hotel chain appears to have fallen victim to a data breach that has seen credit card data compromised.

Current accounts become top target for financial fraudsters

02 July 2015  | 0 comments | 9 tweets | 4 linkedin

For the first time, current accounts have become the most targeted financial product by fraudsters, as criminals probe for loopholes in the UK's seven-day switching service.

Mobile banking biometrics gains traction

02 July 2015  | 1 comments | 27 tweets | 22 linkedin

Banks are rapidly adopting biometrics as an authentication method for mobile services and are willing to cooperate to provide customers with a common interface, according to a survey from the Mobey Forum.

Singapore pledges S$225m to fintech

01 July 2015  | 0 comments | 31 tweets | 23 linkedin

Singapore has committed S$225 million over the next five years to a scheme designed to build a vibrant ecosystem for innovation in fintech.

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