On Tuesday, Trend Micro released a report detailing Operation Emmental, which targets victims in Austria, Switzerland, Sweden and Japan.
Bloomberg revealed that hackers used two zero-day flaws to breach NASDAQ's servers in 2010.
On Wednesday, Symantec released details on the malware's developed features.
Trusteer, an IBM company, revealed details on the bolware variants, which employ new tactics to manipulate web pages used for Boletos transactions.
Australia-based Bitcoins Reserve lost more than $62,000 after phishers began targeting bidders interested in the auction of 30,000 Bitcoins confiscated in the Silk Road takedown.
RSA has revealed the extent of bolware attacks in the country, which have remained a pervasive issue in the financial sector.
A point-of-sale and security systems vendor is notifying its customers, some of which are big restaurant chains, that its remote access service was breached.
The new Zeus variant employs AES-128 encryption as opposed to the older RC4 cipher used by other Zeus iterations.
Researchers with PhishLabs analyzed nearly 9,000 phishing kits and learned that financial groups and social networks are most targeted.
So far, the new variant has targeted 14 major banks in the country, Trusteer found.
After accessing operator mode on an ATM, two ninth graders in Canada promptly notified the machine's owner, the Bank of Montreal.
Chip technology can prevent criminals from producing counterfeit credit cards.
Researchers with IntelCrawler have uncovered "Nemanja," a point-of-sale malware that has infected nearly 1,500 devices and has compromised close to half a million payment cards.
Customers of Paytime Inc. may have had personal information compromised after hackers took advantage of a vulnerability in the Pennsylvania payroll company's systems.
Anyone needing cash in Poland soon will have access to ATMs that feature biometric security.
PhishLabs estimates that as many as 400 payment cards per day are compromised through the "vishing" attacks.
Nine men were sentenced this week, with the group's leader getting five-and-a-half years.
The bank also oversaw last year's "Waking Shark II" simulated cyber attacks throughout London.
According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), SEC, among other lapses, failed to adequately oversee a contractor, which migrated its financial system to a new data center.
Disruption is expected; financial crime should be, too.
Jamie Dimon wrote that the bank will have spent more than $250 million annually by the end of the year on cyber security and faces increasingly complex and more dangerous" attacks.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) notified the industry on Wednesday.
Cryptocurrency mining malware has been discovered on DVRs that record footage taken by surveillance cameras.
The men, who are New York and Massachusetts residents, led "cash out" operations for an international scheme.
Coinbase responded to a researcher's claims that the San Francisco-based Bitcoin exchange is vulnerable to information disclosure, user enumeration, and lack of rate limitation for sending money requests.
Poor sales and a drop in income in the wake of a high-profile breach prompt Standards & Poor to downgrade Target's credit rating one level.
About 550,000 customers, as well as employees, of Texas-based Spec's may have had personal information compromised in a malware attack that dates back to Oct. 31, 2012.
In a paper released on Wednesday, Swiss researchers suggest the transaction malleability Bitcoin flaw did not ruin Mt. Gox, despite what the Tokyo-based company announced.
At least two apps have been discovered on the official Google Play store that mine for cryptocurrencies, but overheating mobile devices and decreased performance may tip off Android users.
Similar to building a multi-layer security strategy for a business, before deciding what security controls should be implemented to protect Bitcoin transactions, we first need to identify the targets.