Week In Review: Zeus Strikes Mobile Banking; Bugat is New Malware of Choice

This week's top news and views: Researchers in Spain confirm that Zeus has infiltrated mobile, and a new Trojan, Bugat, hits LinkedIn.Here's a list of some of this week's most compelling content on CUInfoSecurity.com:
  • Zeus Strikes Mobile Banking. Researchers at S21sec have confirmed a malware threat to mobile banking devices. In late September, the Zeus Trojan hit mobile banking users at 12 Spanish banks;
  • Last week's LinkedIn phishing attack didn't deliver Zeus. Instead, it delivered a less well-known cousin, Bugat. The move to Bugat is important, researchers say, pointing to the emergence of Bugat as an attempt by cybercriminals to diversify their attack tools.; and
  • Tokenization: A PCI Sidestep? Could tokenization cut PCI security-standards compliance out of the picture? If the card data is taken out of the transaction, the PCI rules may not be so applicable.

Please listen to this roundup, and check out all of the month's and week's news and views on CUInfoSecurity.com.




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