Howard Altman covers the military and national security for the Tampa Bay Times. He has won more than 50 journalism awards and his work has appeared in the New York Times, Daily Beast, Philadelphia magazine, the Philadelphia Inquirer, New York Observer, Newsday and many other publications around the world.
Fraudsters know call centers are more vulnerable than other points of entry. Here’s how financial institutions can mount a robust defense.
When it comes to fighting cybercrime, many banks remain at a loss as the bad guys ramp up executive impersonation scams, exploit third-party vendor access, and attack via fileless malware.
Mining bitcoin and the like demands more and more power for juggernaut computers. And gives central governments leverage over decentralized currencies.
Is a stable, centralized cryptocurrency the ultimate impossibility? Enter three Ivy League dreamers ready to tilt at this digital-age windmill.
Identity fraud hit record levels in 2017. But with dollar amounts flat, thieves are working a new angle stolen straight from a horror flick.
From state-backed hackers to call-center cracks, the threats have multiplied in sophistication and number. But smart banks can fight back.