A banker Trojan, also known as BEC for banks, is a piece of malware that attempts to steal credentials from a financial institution’s clients, or gain access to their financial information. These are the financial sector’s newest, and most potent threat.

Listen to Rajiv Yadav, Chief Information Security Officer at Fraud.net, discuss the spate of bank-specific phishing attacks, and how, like famous bank robber Willie Sutton, fraudsters leveraging these malicious tools are going where the money is.

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