Editor's Choice: Fighting Keyloggers and the Global Zeus Fight

NIST scientists are working to help the industry beat keyloggers, and law enforcement agencies cross borders to launch their fight against Zeus, the world's nastiest and most sophisticated Trojan.A review of the month's top stories by Managing Editor Tracy Kitten: NIST scientists say keyloggers are not new, but they've aged and evolved over the last two decades, making them more powerful than ever; and the global battle against Zeus brings cross-border law enforcement agencies together.

How To Beat Keyloggers -- Zeus is not alone. In fact, the sheer number and insidious nature of the Zeus Trojan and other types of keylogging malware have financial institutions and their customers on high alert for fraud.

Zeus, Cybercrime Fight Must Cross Borders -- IT security attorney Dave Navetta says global law enforcement agencies are capturing cybercriminals, but their success depends on cooperation and communication from the financial industry.

BAI Wrap: 'Mobile is the New Online' -- Editorial Director Tom Field offers insights about mobile banking and its future from the BAI Retail Delivery Conference & Expo in Las Vegas.

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