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New Zealand bourse website hit by fresh cyberattack

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 31 Aug 2020

The New Zealand stock market has been hit by a fifth day of cyber-attacks, crashing its website.

New Zealand stock, cyber attacks, DDoS, fraud prevention, New Zealand, NZX, cybersecurity

New Zealand stock exchange hit by cyber-attack

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 27 Aug 2020

The New Zealand stock exchange has been knocked offline two days in a row due to a cyber-attack.

NZX, DDoS, cyberattack, Stock Exchange, fraud prevention, online security, New Zealand, Network Service Provider

DDoS attacks on ecommerce providers ramped up on Black Friday

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 03 Dec 2018

Data has shown dramatic surge in DDoS incidents against ecommerce companies over critical online shopping days in November 2018, according to a research from Link11.

Link11, DDoS, ecommerce, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, online security, fraud prevention, US, study

Does migrating to the cloud put payment data at risk?

Voice of the Industry | Expert Opinion | 07 Nov 2018

Mark Collins, EMEA Managing Director of Transaction Network Services, offers his insights into how to safely and securely insert cloud services into payment infrastructures

Transaction Network Services, Mark Collins, payment data, cloud payments, IOT, DDoS, Payment Application Managed Services

Bank of Spains website hit by DDoS attacks

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 28 Aug 2018

The Bank of Spain’s website has been hit by a cyber-attack which has temporarily disrupted access to the site, a spokesman for the central bank said for Reuters.

Bank of Spain, DDoS, cyber attack, banking, online security, fraud prevention, Spain

Popular online attack-for-hire service taken down

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 26 Apr 2018

WebStresser, a website blamed for launching more than four million cyberattacks around the world, has been taken down in a major international investigation, according to BBC.

WebStresser, DDoS, cyberattack, cybercriminals, Europol, online security. fraud prevention

Positive Technologies finds finance web apps the most vulnerable in 2017

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 17 Apr 2018

A new report from Positive Technologies has revealed that banking and finance were the most vulnerable web applications in 2017.

Positive Technologies, report, finance apps, banking, malware, phishing, ecommerce, DDoS, fraud prevention

37,000 law enforcement officers trained by the Indian govt to identify cybercrimes

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 27 Feb 2018

The Indian Union home ministry (MHA) has decided to train more than 37,000 police and law enforcement officers to identify and investigate a range of cyber-attacks.

cybercrime, cyberattacks, fraud prevention, online security, ransomware, DDoS, India

A new malware that steals data found - Zyklon

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 22 Jan 2018

A new spam campaign has been launched that involves hackers using new Microsoft Office vulnerabilities to spread a potent backdoor malware called Zyklon.

Zyklon, malware, crypto mining, stolen data, DDoS, online security, cybersecurity, fraud prevention, online security

Crypto aficionados concerned over Bitfinex DDoS attacks

News | Cryptocurrencies | 28 Nov 2017

The Bitfinex Bitcoin exchange has suffered direct denial of service attacks (DDoS), encouraging users into thinking that something else is going on, according to The Merkle.

Bitfinex, Bitcoins, cryptocurrency, security, tokens, digital currency exchange, DDoS, Tether, crypto, online security