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.
North Korean government hackers sanctioned by U.S. Treasury
The U.S. Treasury Department is sanctioning three North Korean hacking groups it says are backed by Kim Jong-un’s regime.
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.
Accused Capital One hacker pleads not guilty to all charges
She faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted at trial.
Indictment of Capital One suspect alleges breaches of 30 companies, cryptojacking
Paige Thompson faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted. The indictment also includes charges of cryptojacking.
VMware announces plans to acquire Carbon Black for $2.1 billion
The acquisitions is just the latest for a cybersecurity industry that has been in a feeding frenzy of late.
Blockbuster indictment against 80 fraud suspects details a complex global scam operation
The indictment provides details about the inner workings of a BEC operation.
Cloudflare acknowledges risk from customers like 8chan, Daily Stormer in IPO filing
The San Francisco internet services company's top customers include IBM, the text and chat app Discord and the Chinese internet company Baidu.
Alleged Capital One hacker may have taken data from dozens of companies, feds say
In a court filing, the government says Paige Thompson told police that she neither sold or shared the data from the Capital One breach.
DanaBot banking trojan hits Germany again, with new targets
DanaBot is being used to hit German retail websites, including H&M, according to new research from Webroot.