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March 24, 2010  12:35 PM

Painfully Educational



Posted by: Arian Eigen Heald
ACH Fraud, Banking Fraud, Data Breaches, information security

I've talking a fair amount about ACH fraud and how they are committed by banking Trojans. At a recent forensic exam I discovered not one, but three banking Trojans on a CFO's hard disk. Want to know (I know you don't not really...but) exactly how they work? Here's a down-to-the-code analysis...

January 1, 2010  1:47 AM

Better Late Than Never…..



Posted by: Arian Eigen Heald
ACH Fraud, Banking Fraud, Data Breaches, data security, information security, Tearing My Hair Out

The Federal authorities and the American Banking Association have issued an alert to small and medium-sized businesses to use a dedicated PC for banking. "The alert advises businesses to dedicate a single computer for online banking activity that is never used for reading e-mail or surfing...


August 28, 2009  2:02 PM

Small Business is Being Targeted



Posted by: Arian Eigen Heald
ACH Fraud, Banking Fraud, Data Breaches, data security

The days when you could assume that because your company was so small hackers wouldn't care, have officially gone past. Security by obscurity has passed as well. Now the thieves are looking for small businesses so they can get to the banking accounts and wire money. I was called on...


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