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A Dyre Situation: Malware Targets Corporate Banking Accounts 

First discovered in June 2014, “Dyre” malware has quickly become one of the most prominent banking Trojans targeting corporate customers’ bank accounts today. A system infected with the Dyre malware, which is delivered and downloaded through phishing/spam campaigns, will attempt to harvest customers’ information and online banking credentials to conduct unauthorized transfers.

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Take steps to prevent employee embezzlement of vault cash. 

Some thefts still do occur on the bank’s premises.

Over the past several years, we have seen an uptick in the number of reported claims involving employee embezzlement of vault cash. Be sure that prevention measures are in place and enforced in order to prevent employee theft.

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FBI issues bulletins on Dyre and Carbanak malware 

The FBI released several updates and bulletins to the banking industry regarding two different malware: Dyre and Carbanak/Anunak. The Dyre malware is being used with social engineering in order to get around two-factor authentication typically required by banks for large wire transfers.

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Standard wire verification templates can mitigate losses 

Fraudulent electronic transfers plague the banking industry. As criminals become more creative in how they target your customers, it is increasingly important for your staff to follow standard verification and documentation procedures. Implementing standard procedures should be followed for all transfers in an effort to prevent or mitigate fraud. Here, we present a template of one possible wire transfer verification form to use at your bank.

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