Phishing is one of the oldest forms of digital fraud, and it shows no signs of going away anytime soon.
In our series, Machine Learning Algorithms Explained, our goal is to give you a good sense of how the algorithms behind machine learning work
Easy Solutions data scientists will present their research on the use of ensembles of cost-sensitive decision trees to detect fraudulent transactions at the Data Science for Cyber Security Conference in London this week. The article below details some of the findings.
Trickbot has recently been making headlines, with a new version and new targets coming out almost every day.
The Easy Solutions Security Operations Center has encountered a new variant of the ongoing Trickbot campaign. This variant appears to be adding new countries and banks to its target list.
In our new series, Machine Learning Algorithms Explained, our goal is to give you a good sense of how the algorithms behind machine learning work
As we reported at the end of July, the Trickbot banking Trojan continues to expand its reach to hit organizations in the US.
The Android Trojan called Marcher first came onto the scene in 2013, but it’s not showing any signs of going away.
Though you may never have heard of Sender Policy Framework (SPF), DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM), and email-authentication protocols, the people making sure the emails you receive are safe are quite familiar with them.
The Trickbot banking Trojan, deemed the successor to Dyre, has been responsible for man-in-the-browser (MitB) attacks since 2016.