The Cyber speaks: What will actually happen in 2020
The only true way to predict computer security is to hear from the machines themselves.
Australian and European police shut down access to popular criminal hacking tool
The demise of the Imminent Monitor Remote Access Trojan is a major victory for law enforcement officials.
Aleksei Burkov, Russian accused of operating 'elite' hacking forum, pleads not guilty
The 29-year-old man is accused of an array of crimes stretching back years.
Consumer watchdog says Equifax settlement 'flunks' fairness test
Final approval, scheduled for Dec. 19, could be in jeopardy.
The Dark Overlord hacking suspect who's fighting extradition to the U.S. is running out of options
Nathan Wyatt could be on his way to the U.S. before the end of the year. The group known as the Dark Overlord has been tied to a series of attacks on U.S. schools, health care providers and Netflix.
Alleged SIM-swappers charged in $550,000 cryptocurrency scam
They also threatened victims' families, according to an indictment.
Alleged Russian scammer appears in U.S. court after extradition battle
The case of Aleksei Burkov has been the subject of headlines in Israel and Russia for months.
Former Trend Micro employee enabled scam calls by stealing customers' personal data
The cybersecurity company says the former employee sold it to an as-yet-unknown malicious third-party actor.
Alleged Russian hacker at center of international dispute poised for extradition to U.S.
The case of Aleksey Burkov is the most recent example of Russian officials trying to stop an accused cybercriminal from standing trial in the U.S.
Scammers just posted 1.3 million payment card numbers on Joker's Stash, a market for ID theft
It's the latest evidence Indian cardholders' data is being marketed for identity theft.