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Bangladesh Bank debates lawsuit against Federal Reserve over cyber fraud | ZDNet

Bangladesh Bank debates lawsuit against Federal Reserve over cyber fraud | ZDNet | Finance | Scoop.it
The attack which left the Bangladesh Bank's wallet $81 million lighter was caused when the Federal Reserve authorised fake payments.
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Cyber criminals target financial professionals involved in deal-making - The National

Cyber criminals target financial professionals involved in deal-making - The National | Finance | Scoop.it
Cyber crime is most associated with fraudsters taking money off ordinary gullible computer users, bu...
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Winklevoss twins believe bitcoin will 'wipe out' cash - New York Post

Winklevoss twins believe bitcoin will 'wipe out' cash - New York Post | Finance | Scoop.it
AUSTIN, Texas — The Winklevoss twins predicted a “cashless society” by 2025 as they continued their push to popularize the troubled virtual currency bitcoin. The square-jawed Harvard grads — most f...
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Bankjoy Is Building A Modern-Day Mobile Banking App For Use By Credit Unions And Smaller Banks

Bankjoy Is Building A Modern-Day Mobile Banking App For Use By Credit Unions And Smaller Banks | Finance | Scoop.it
 Thanks to startups like Simple, which was acquired by financial services organization BBVA last year, banking customers got a look at what a modern-day web and mobile banking experience looks like, with features like goal-setting tools, automated...
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Two Dudes Prove How Easy It Is to Hack ATMs for Free Cash | WIRED

Two Dudes Prove How Easy It Is to Hack ATMs for Free Cash | WIRED | Finance | Scoop.it
When a small-time Tennessee restaurateur named Khaled Abdel Fattah was running short of cash he went to an ATM. Actually, according to federal prosecutors, he went to a lot of them. Over 18 months, he visited a slew of small kiosk ATMs around Nashville and withdrew a total of more than $400,000 in 20-dollar bills. The only problem: It wasn’t his money.
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HSBC Turkey Confirms Card Breach

HSBC Turkey Confirms Card Breach | Finance | Scoop.it
HSBC Turkey says a recent cyber-attack on its systems exposed payment card information for 2.7 million of its customers. Learn about the ongoing breach
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Apple Pay And Digital Currency Mean Time Is Running Out For Physical Cash

Apple Pay And Digital Currency Mean Time Is Running Out For Physical Cash | Finance | Scoop.it
 With the announcement of Apple Pay, Apple is betting that consumers want an even more convenient way to pay in person.
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Tyupkin Malware Infects ATMs Worldwide

Tyupkin Malware Infects ATMs Worldwide | Finance | Scoop.it
The Tyupkin malware, spotted on ATMs in Eastern Europe, allows criminals to make withdrawals of 40 banknotes at a time, researchers at Kaspersky Lab said.
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Will Apple Pay be safer than credit cards? - USA TODAY

Will Apple Pay be safer than credit cards? - USA TODAY | Finance | Scoop.it
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Will Apple Pay be safer than credit cards?
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Kaspersky says financial institutions not doing enough fight cybercrime - CSO Online

Kaspersky says financial institutions not doing enough fight cybercrime - CSO Online | Finance | Scoop.it
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Experts warn banks of more cyber attacks - Financial Times

Experts warn banks of more cyber attacks - Financial Times | Finance | Scoop.it
Experts warn banks of more cyber attacks Financial Times The latest wave of cyber attacks against US banks highlights the persistent threat facing the global financial sector, as the number of so-called financial Trojans targeting banks more than...
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New Technology May Help Stop ATM Skimming Fraud - NBCNews.com

New Technology May Help Stop ATM Skimming Fraud - NBCNews.com | Finance | Scoop.it
New Technology May Help Stop ATM Skimming Fraud
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American ATM manufacturer Diebold has developed technology it claims will stop card skimming, the most common type of ATM fraud.
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Brute-Forcing Botnet Sniffs Out Lax POS Systems | Threatpost | The first stop for security news

Brute-Forcing Botnet Sniffs Out Lax POS Systems | Threatpost | The first stop for security news | Finance | Scoop.it
The botnet particularly targeted poorly implemented remote desktop protocol setups that were storing payment card information, mostly located in the U.S.
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WKYT Investigates: Cyber hackers focusing on taxpayers - WKYT

WKYT Investigates: Cyber hackers focusing on taxpayers - WKYT | Finance | Scoop.it
In 2014, 27 million taxpayers filed their tax returns from their home computers, according to the Internal Revenue Service. As the number of people filing online continues to increase, the threat of cyber hackers continues to rise, as well.
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Threat Spotlight: PoSeidon, A Deep Dive Into Point of Sale Malware

Threat Spotlight: PoSeidon, A Deep Dive Into Point of Sale Malware | Finance | Scoop.it
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Rakuten Starts Accepting Bitcoin - Wall Street Journal

Rakuten Starts Accepting Bitcoin - Wall Street Journal | Finance | Scoop.it
Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten Inc. has started accepting bitcoin for purchases in the U.S., adding momentum to the rapid growth of cryptocurrencies as a form of payment.
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Moonpig jeopardizes data of millions of customers through insecure API

Moonpig jeopardizes data of millions of customers through insecure API | Finance | Scoop.it
The online seller of personalized greeting cards and gifts shut down its mobile apps Tuesday because of a security flaw that could give hackers access to customer information.
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Dridex Banking Trojan: Worldwide Threat

Dridex Banking Trojan: Worldwide Threat | Finance | Scoop.it
Attackers are targeting online banking users’ account information worldwide through sophisticated phishing attacks designed to deliver Microsoft Word documents
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Hacked Screenshots Show Friend-To-Friend Payments Feature Hidden In Facebook Messenger | TechCrunch

Hacked Screenshots Show Friend-To-Friend Payments Feature Hidden In Facebook Messenger | TechCrunch | Finance | Scoop.it
Facebook Messenger is all set up to allow friends to send each other money. All Facebook has to do is turn on the feature, according to screenshots and video..
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Serbia's Bitcoin Community Pledges Response to Central Bank Warning - CoinDesk

Serbia's Bitcoin Community Pledges Response to Central Bank Warning - CoinDesk | Finance | Scoop.it
Serbia's bitcoin community intends to step up public awareness efforts after a central bank warning.
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Your adviser could be an easy target for cyber crooks - MarketWatch

Your adviser could be an easy target for cyber crooks - MarketWatch | Finance | Scoop.it
MarketWatch Your adviser could be an easy target for cyber crooks MarketWatch At a time when security experts, regulators and law enforcement are warning of attacks on the financial sector, more than one-third of registered investment adviser firms...
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Apple Pay: Der heimliche Höhepunkt der Apple-Show

Apple Pay: Der heimliche Höhepunkt der Apple-Show | Finance | Scoop.it
Apple Watch und iPhone werden zu digitalen Geldbeuteln. Apple verspricht sicheres bargeldloses Bezahlen, ohne Nutzerdaten zu sammeln – und kassiert wohl jedes Mal mit.
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Apple is reportedly partnering Visa, MasterCard and American Express for iPhone mobile wallet

Apple is reportedly partnering Visa, MasterCard and American Express for iPhone mobile wallet | Finance | Scoop.it
The countdown to Apple’s event on September 9, where it will almost certainly announce the next iPhones, has started — and rumors are increasingly piling up.
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Nigeria Launches Electronic ID Cards

Nigeria Launches Electronic ID Cards | Finance | Scoop.it
Nigeria Launches Electronic ID Cards (Nigeria Launches Electronic ID Cards: Nigeria's president has formally launched a national electronic identity...
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How Hackers Hid a Money-Mining Botnet in the Clouds of Amazon and Others | Threat Level | WIRED

How Hackers Hid a Money-Mining Botnet in the Clouds of Amazon and Others | Threat Level | WIRED | Finance | Scoop.it
Hackers have long used malware to enslave armies of unwitting PCs, but security researchers Rob Ragan and Oscar Salazar had a different thought: Why steal computing resources from innocent victims when there’s so much free processing power out...
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