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Cybersecurity/Fraud

Cyber and data security remain a priority issue for banks. Criminals are constantly searching for creative new ways to obtain money from banks and customers through fraud and cybersecurity vulnerabilities. And as consumers and businesses rely more on electronic devices such as computers, tablets, and smartphones to bank and shop online, vulnerabilities increase. ABA offers resources to help banks prevent, identify, measure and report fraud, and to serve and protect consumers and their financial data.​

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FBI PIN: Cyber Actors Target Audio and Visual Communication Devices on Business Networks to Identify Vulnerabilities for Exploitation
On Jan. 2, the FBI released a Private Industry Notification warning of cyber actors’ targeting audio and visual communication devices  to identify vulnerabilities that could later be used to unlawfully acquire information about an organization, conduct man-in-the-middle attacks on corporate networks, or commit other criminal offenses. The types of devices targeted include conference phones, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones and routers, video conferencing equipment, and cloud-based communication systems. View the PIN​​. for members only

Financial Services Sector Cybersecurity Profile
An industry-developed cybersecurity profile to enhance and simplify your risk assessment​

 

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