Credit union's lawsuit against Fiserv is a test for cybersecurity liability
The credit union claims that Fiserv's online banking platform was so riddled with vulnerabilities it exposed its members to possible identity theft.
Russian hacker Yevgeniy Nikulin found guilty on most serious charges after years of legal wrangling
Nikulin was one of a handful of Russians extradited to the U.S. amid mounting resistance from the Kremlin.
Russian national pleads guilty to being part of $568 million fraud ring
Sergey Medvedev is accused of being one of the leaders of the Infraud Organization, which trafficked in stolen financial data and in malware.
Admitted Russian scammer Aleksei Burkov sentenced to 9 years by US court
The sentence caps years of international negotiations, and legal wrangling.
Michigan man accused in 2014 hack of medical center, sale of data on 65,000 people
Justin Sean Johnson allegedly hacked the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pennsylvania’s largest health care system.
Federal officials have arrested another accused FIN7 hacker
A Ukrainian national has been arrested for his alleged work for the infamous financially motivated hacking group Fin7.
Rare cybercrime enforcement in Russia yields 25 arrests, shutters 'BuyBest' marketplace
The accused scammers likely earned between $14 million and $20 million, according to one analysis.
European police nab 26 suspects in SIM swapping dragnet
The attacks were anything but unique. Still, they worked.
Ex-DHS inspector general indicted for allegedly stealing government software
The head-turning indictment accuses Charles Edwards of stealing DHS IG software and trying to profit from it.
How the suspected Equifax hackers covered their tracks
At one point Justice Department personnel considered issuing a subpeona for Equifax documents.