Data Breaches Back in Spotlight After $45M ATM Heist

Crosman, Penny
May 2013
American Banker;5/14/2013, Vol. 178 Issue 74, p9
Trade Publication
The article refers to an international theft perpetrated against Rakbank and the Bank of Muscat and mentions Verizon telecommunication firm's Data Breach Investigations Report which found 40 percent of network intrusions incorporate malware and 76 percent exploit stolen credentials. Security analysts Alphonse Pascual and Rick Holland talk about spear phishing, malware, authentication, and monitoring automated teller machine (ATM) transactions.


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