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Latin American Financial Services: Sunny Climes and Cybercrimes

Few things make my eyes sparkle like talking about Latin America. Back in 2018, I had the privilege of being able to travel and hitchhike there for more than three months and discover its beautiful lands and people. Ever since, I’ve been dreaming about going back to enjoy breathtaking views and the best empanadas of […]

Five Threats to Financial Services: Phishing Campaigns

In our last blog, we highlighted how banking trojans are a threat to banking customers and small businesses, normally delivered via phishing emails containing malicious attachments. While phishing is a threat to businesses and individuals in all industries, attackers targeting financial services organizations often use highly-crafted social engineering tactics to make sure they hit their […]

Cyber Threats to ERP Applications: Threat Landscape

What are ERP Applications? Organizations rely on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) applications to support business processes. This includes payroll, treasury, inventory management, manufacturing, financial planning, sales, logistics and billing. All of this can be an attractive target for threat actors. In our joint research report with Onapsis, ERP Applications Under Fire, we assess the threat […]