Fraud Summit Video Series - New York 2013 - Banking Trojans are ever-evolving, with new code and attacks emerging daily. Many of these Trojans - Zeus and SpyEye are the best known - infect end-users' PCs and mobile devices through socially-engineered schemes such as phishing and smishing.
But increasingly, malicious code infects devices in automated ways, such as drive-by downloads. Often, a device can be infected with little action from the actual end-user. This session tracks the evolution of banking Trojans, with emphasis on how to defend against emerging cross-channel attacks.