Online and mobile banking are taking the world by storm - especially in the Asia-Pacific region. But many institutions are simply not prepared to manage security and privacy appropriately in these venues, says Gartner's Matthew Cheung.
Card-skimming trends continue to pose a threat to financial institutions and retail outlets, but there are steps organizations can take to fight back, says John Pearce, director of financial services for ADT Security Services.
Greg Rattray, VP of Security at BITS, says we can't necessarily stop the spread of dangerous malware like Zeus, but banking institutions can do a better job of mitigating the risk and damage that follow such an attack.
The California Supreme Court has ruled that a key provision of a tough state medical privacy law is not preempted by federal regulations. The evolving case, which eventually could wind up before the U.S. Supreme Court or grow into a class action case at the state level, is worth watching.
A nurse who formerly worked at several Denver-area hospitals has been arrested on 90 felony charges of identity theft and theft of medical records, the Adams County District Attorney's office confirms.