When authorities try to suppress malware authors, those criminals simply return to the drawing board and develop something bigger, stronger, and more impenetrable. This is a system that certainly favors the criminal, and security workers are finding it harder and harder to keep the malicious elements at bay.
USAA, a bank typically used by the military and their dependents, has long been at the forefront of banking innovation and fraud prevention. That trend held true last week when the Texas-based financial institution announced their first EMV credit and debit cards for U.S.-based members. Rolling out to customers later in 2014, USAA’s new chip-based cards will help deter fraud