U.S. charges two Russians in connection with Dridex banking malware
Both suspects are still in Russia.
Scammers dupe Chinese venture capitalists out of $1 million with the 'ultimate' BEC heist
The $1 million pales in comparison to other losses reported recently.
For criminal hackers, Brazilian hotel networks appear to be easy targets
The findings underscore Brazil’s longstanding struggles with cybercrime.
Preaching blockchain in North Korea gets an American in trouble at home
Not all speaking invitations are worth accepting.
AIG subsidiary tells court it's not responsible for Landry's legal costs in $20 million lawsuit filed after breach
The dispute comes amid a period of ongoing scrutiny over what kinds of breach-related costs are insured.
Amid stock dip, Palo Alto Networks says it wants to acquire another vendor
The proposed cash deal for Aporeto is only the latest acquisition for the cybersecurity giant.
NeverQuest banking malware administrator sentenced to 4 years
That's one year less than prosecutors had hoped.
Consumer watchdog says Equifax settlement 'flunks' fairness test
Final approval, scheduled for Dec. 19, could be in jeopardy.
Alleged SIM-swappers charged in $550,000 cryptocurrency scam
They also threatened victims' families, according to an indictment.
Nigerian romance scammers swiped thousands of dollars from individuals, U.S. prosecutors say
Who needs Western Union when you can use Google Hangouts?