Cisco reports that many small and medium-sized businesses can go out of business due to a cyberattack.
Banks can always do more when it comes to cyber breaches and threats.
How to educate your customers on the privacy risks.
Many banks use text message authentication, but thieves are finding ways to hack it.
The rate of voice fraud has risen more than 350% from 2013 to 2017 with no signs of abating.
Now that hackers use sophisticated tools to detect versions of commonly used passwords, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) issued revised password guidelines.
A recent FICO study shows 80% of consumers don't see the need for what they consider unnecessary security procedures.
Digital wallets, where cryptocurrency sits, and the exchanges on which they can be traded, present vulnerabilities that have already publicly been exploited.
Because of the increased security of EMV chip cards, robbers are turning away from bank card theft and moving directly to ATM theft.
With the explosion of IoT devices comes increased cyber risk for banks.