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  • Mobile banking users to exceed 1.75 billion by 2019

    08.07.2014

    Over 1.75 billion mobile phone users will have used their devices for banking purposes by the end of 2019, compared to 800 million this year, according to Juniper Research.

  • Estimated $3.75bn stolen by Brazil fraud ring

    03.07.2014

    An estimated $3.75 billion have been netted by a single fraud ring that took advantage of a popular Brazilian payment method - the Boleto - by wielding a frequently upgraded piece of malware that silently intercepted and rerouted payments to the crooks' bank accounts.

  • Android HijackRAT poised to hit mobile banking users

    02.07.2014

    A highly versatile piece of Android malware has been unearthed by FireEye researchers.

  • Geodo infostealer gets help from worm

    01.07.2014

    The distribution potential of the infamous Cridex infostealer (also known as Feodo or Bugat) just went up a notch, as a new version of the malware works in conjunction with a worm that sends out emails with a link to download a zip file containing the trojan.

  • Banking malware sniffs out data sent over HTTPS

    30.06.2014

    Careful online banking users can sometimes spot that something is amiss when malware installed on their computer pops up phishing pages or adds fields to legitimate banking forms.




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Posted on 17 September 2014.  |  It's never too early to talk infosec with kids: you simply need the right story. In fact, as cyber professionals itís our duty to teach ALL the kids in our life about technology. If we are to make an impact, we must remember that children needed to be taught about technology on their terms.


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