Accused email scammers busted in Nigeria for alleged fraud against 50,000 victims
The TMT gang has compromised victims in more than 150 countries, according to Interpol and Group-IB.
Home Depot to pay states $17.5 million over massive 2014 data breach
The home improvement retailer also agreed to strengthen data security practices.
Double-dipping scammers don't need malware to grab card numbers and turn a profit, report says
A China-based e-commerce scam appears to be harvesting payment information not through direct hacks on companies or using pernicious malware to skim data, but with a simpler approach.
Financial system not keeping up with cyberthreats, new report says
Government and industry must coordinate better to protect the system, according to a report from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
FIN7 recruiter Andrii Kolpakov pleads guilty to role in global hacking scheme
The Ukrainian national faces up to 25 years in prison in the U.S. It's estimated that FIN7 stole about $1 billion overall.
Video game company Capcom details attack, data breach by ransomware gang
The company said personal information of a handful of current and former employees definitely had been compromised.
TikTok gets extensions on US sale order, ban enforcement
TikTok has received two U.S. government reprieves in as many days.
Well-developed backdoor can harvest information from restaurants, bars and hotels, researchers say
A point-of-sale-system widely used in the hospitality industry is vulnerable to a backdoor, ESET reports.
Not all cyberattacks are created equal: What researchers learned from 103 'extreme' events
Nation-state attackers do more financial damage than one might expect, the Cyentia Institute study found.
Crooks behind Ghimob banking trojan have ambitions far beyond Brazil, researchers say
It's a “full-fledged spy in your pocket.”