The predicted increase in online fraud in the U.S. has arrived with the adoption of chip card technology.
Fraud prevention, it’s time to get better acquainted with your security team. You may see them in the hallways, have a coffee with them in the breakroom, and possibly join them on the dance floor at your annual holiday party.
Tuscaloosa police confirm a hostage situation at Alabama Credit Union.
Several Indian banks have issued an advisory to customers asking them to change their security codes or switch cards altogether.
A payment technology company found a security hole in the EMV chips found on credit cards.
Europe unveiled its new ultra-secure €50 banknote.
Records show that the Federal Reserve has suffered through over 50 cybersecurity breaches in less than four years.
Visa is working on a solution to trim seconds off the time it takes to purchase something using the new chip-enabled credit cards.
While banks have been in compliance with the new standardized EMV chip in debit and credit cards, retailers and consumers just don’t care.
Here’s six ways that banks and credit unions are using intelligent video surveillance systems to improve fraud defenses.
MasterCard announced new security measures for mobile smartphones and tablets.
Bank robbers aren’t the only ones that will demand cash from your accounts.
The chain is investigating possible fraudulent charges to customers’ credit and debit cards.
All in all, cyberattacks will continue to menace financial institutions in 2016.
A student discovered that wearable technology could lead to stolen ATM pin codes.
Increasingly, banks are turning to a consolidated unified approach to address concerns.
Fifth Third Bancorp, one of the top 15 banks in the U.S., is well on its way toward completing a major upgrade of its video surveillance system.
Federal authorities say three people have been charged in the largest theft of consumer data from a U.S. financial institution in history.
Retailers are deciding not to change over to credit card chip transactions until after the holiday season.
Banks such as HSBC and TD Bank are behind the times when it comes to protecting their digital assets.