The recent FBI fraud alert "Cyber Criminals Targeting Financial Institution Employee Credentials To Conduct Wire Transfer Fraud" is gaining considerable attention. Cybercriminals are using variants of Zeus and other advanced malware such as keyloggers and Remote Access Trojans to capture employee credentials and take over corporate endpoints. These attacks leverage employee access to bank payment systems to fraudulently execute high value money transfers from customer accounts. This new development exposes unprotected financial institutions to considerable risks and vulnerabilities.
In this webinar, Yishay Yovel, Vice President of Marketing for Trusteer, will present a current view of the shifting threat landscape and the gaps in current enterprise defenses. Yishay will discuss best practices and practical solutions to mitigate the increased risk of financial fraud from attacks on employee computers.
In this webinar you will learn:
About the recent attacks on employee endpoints that place financial assets at risk Why attacks are expanding from bank customers to bank employees What are the gaps in enterprise security that allow such attacks to occur Best practices and solutions to address this emerging threat