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Android Banking Trojan Now More Sophisticated

In recent weeks, security researchers at Kaspersky Lab have identified a new variant of 'Faketoken', an Android banking Trojan. The new variant, known as Faketoken.q, is being circulated via bulk SMS messages that prompt users to download a picture, when in actual fact, they are downloading the malware.

date:  September 21, 2017

Android Users: Beware the New Malware LeakerLocker

A new variant of ransomware is spreading via phony apps on the Google Play Store which are targeting Android mobile users.

date:  July 26, 2017

Third Party Applications are Threatening Your Company’s Security!

Shadow IT is a term that refers to any application (apps) that a company's employees utilise without obtaining IT approval. With the ever-growing list of apps available, Shadow IT is increasing exponentially and with more businesses moving their data onto Cloud platforms, the biggest risk is posed by connected third-party applications.

date:  August 10, 2016

Security tips – Social Media and mobile devices

Our experts here at FraudWatch International provide their top tips for avoiding scams and frauds when on Social Media and whilst using your mobile devices.

date:  February 09, 2016

How to identify and avoid rogue mobile apps

The world we live in is becoming more and more mobile. The need to do things here and now is becoming greater. Banking transactions are being performed more frequently on mobile devices, like smart phones and tablets. Online shopping is another activity that consumers frequently undertake on their mobile devices. The “tipping point”, where customers...

date:  April 15, 2015

What to Expect in 2015 – Cybercrime Predictions from FraudWatch International

“2015 will see an increase in the sophistication and evolution of cybercrime attacks”, predicts Trent Youl, FraudWatch International founder and CEO.

date:  March 04, 2015

A Look Back on 2014

A Summary of Phishing, Malware, Mobile and Social Media Cybercrime in 2014

date:  February 24, 2015
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