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Bizarro Banking Trojan

Schneier on Security

Bizarro is a new banking trojan that is stealing financial information and crypto wallets. …the program can be delivered in a couple of ways­ — either via malicious links contained within spam emails, or through a trojanized app.

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Report: Big U.S. Banks Are Stiffing Account Takeover Victims

Krebs on Security

consumers have their online bank accounts hijacked and plundered by hackers, U.S. But new data released this week suggests that for some of the nation’s largest banks, reimbursing account takeover victims has become more the exception than the rule. Bank , and Wells Fargo. ” Sen.

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Ten new Android banking trojans targeted 985 bank apps in 2023

Bleeping Computer

This year has seen the emergence of ten new Android banking malware families, which collectively target 985 bank and fintech/trading apps from financial institutes across 61 countries. [.]

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Details of a Computer Banking Scam

Schneier on Security

This is a longish video that describes a profitable computer banking scam that’s run out of call centers in places like India. And three, it’s an evolving tactic that gets around banks increasingly flagging blocking suspicious electronic transfers.

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Exploring the Overlap: Cost Optimization and Digital Transformation

Speaker: Alex Jiménez, Managing Principal, Financial Service Consulting for EPAM

From a budget standpoint, US banks are feeling the pinch. Many US banks are bracing for increased defaults and lower demand for mortgages and other loans as interest rates have increased. The largest banks have increased reserves to protect against deteriorating economic conditions. Global economic conditions are soft at best.

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Hackers abuse Google Cloud Run in massive banking trojan campaign

Bleeping Computer

Security researchers are warning of hackers abusing the Google Cloud Run service to distribute massive volumes of banking trojans like Astaroth, Mekotio, and Ousaban. [.]

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Anatsa Android banking Trojan expands to Slovakia, Slovenia, and Czechia

Security Affairs

The Android banking trojan Anatsa resurged expanding its operation to new countries, including Slovakia, Slovenia, and Czechia. In November 2023, researchers from ThreatFabric observed a resurgence of the Anatsa banking Trojan, aka TeaBot and Toddler. ” concludes the report. ” concludes the report. .

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Everything You Need to Know About Crypto

Speaker: Ryan McInerny, CAMS, FRM, MSBA - Principal, Product Strategy

May 18th, 2023 at 9:30 am PDT, 12:30 pm EDT, 5:30 pm BST

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The Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020: Initial Catalysts, Current Implications, and Future Impacts

Speaker: Elizabeth "Paige" Baumann, Founder and CEO of Paige Baumann Advisory, LLC

Paige Baumann will walk us through the impacts of the AMLA, and you'll leave this session with a new understanding of: The catalysts for this new law and how it amended the Bank Secrecy Act of 1970 Rulemaking and other actions taken by the U.S. The AMLA represents the most significant changes in U.S.

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ERM Program Fundamentals for Success in the Banking Industry

Speaker: William Hord, Senior VP of Risk & Professional Services

Does our bank understand and support the importance of a strong ERM program to continue to position our company for growth? How are we measuring and rating our risk impact, likelihood, and controls to mitigate our risk? Are we leveraging risk velocity and vulnerability to obtain more granular residual risk results?

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How Preparation and Strategy Can Be Used to Fight and Defeat Any Ransomware Attack

Speaker: Karl Camilleri, Cloud Services Product Manager at phoenixNAP

As a result, data protection needs to be a concern for most banks, businesses, and information technology specialists. million attacks, the threat marked a 148% increase compared to 2020 and was the most expensive year on record! It’s mindboggling, but right now for 49% of respondents, cybersecurity is their primary business concern.