Russian hacker to plead guilty in connection with 2014 breach at JPMorgan Chase
Authorities extradited Andrei Tyurin to the U.S. from Georgia last year.
FIN7's IT admin pleads guilty for role in billion-dollar cybercrime crew
Fedir Hladyr plead guilty to wire fraud and conspiracy to commit computer hacking.
U.S. arrests 281 people worldwide accused of involvement in BEC scams
The news comes weeks after the Justice Department made public charges against another 80 people accused of similar crimes.
Blockbuster indictment against 80 fraud suspects details a complex global scam operation
The indictment provides details about the inner workings of a BEC operation.
U.S. charges five in scheme to swindle millions from military personnel
The scheme targeted thousands of people, and involved the compromise of a Department of Defense portal that military members use to access their benefits.
Facebook rejects new allegation that it protected employees over users in 2018 breach
The plaintiffs say the company knew about the problem with "access tokens" for years and chose to protect its own employees before fixing the problem for users.
My info was in the Capital One breach. What should I do?
The majority of those impacted by the Capital One breach are left with one big question: What do I do? We have some ideas.
New York updates its breach notification law in response to Equifax, GDPR
In the SHIELD Act, New York now has one of the most consumer friendly data protection laws in the country.
Equifax expected to settle breach investigations for $700 million
As part of the settlement, Equifax also must spent $1 billion to improve its digital systems.
Synthetic identity theft is the fastest-growing financial crime in the U.S.
Indictments unsealed in June hint at the scope of the problem.