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TrendLabs 1Q 2014 Security Roundup: Cybercrime Hits the Unexpected

At the end of 2013, we realized that digital heists pushed stick-’em-up bank heists to the curb. While this holds true amid large data breach incidents and rampant cybercrime, the first quarter of 2014 also showed that today’s cybercriminals are aiming at previously nontargeted entities to carry out malicious deeds. Proof of these include the US$480-million digital heist Bitcoin exchange, MtGox, suffered from and recent attacks against large retailers via point-of-sale (PoS) terminals. These high-profile crimes targeted unexpected information sources even if attackers went after the same thing—money, used the same techniques despite more strategic planning, and were motivated by greed.

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