MICROS, a point-of-sale (POS) payment systems vendor owned by Oracle, has suffered a malware attack according to security news site KrebsOnSecurity reported August 8, 2016.  MICROS is one of the three largest POS systems used globally by many companies in the retail and hospitality industry. It appears that Carbanak (aka Anunak), a Russian cybercriminal gang known to hack into retailers, penetrated up to 700 computer systems at Oracle, also compromising a customer support portal for companies using Oracle’s MICROS POS credit card payment systems. Continue Reading MICROS POS Systems Exposed By Malware Attack Which Targets Retail Merchants