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.
Class action lawsuit filed against two Puerto Rican hospitals for alleged ransomware attacks
The suit claims the hospitals had a 'wanton disregard' for security.
Secret Service to launch private-sector cybercrime council
The Secret Service wants advice on current and future cyberthreats, as well as insight into big tech-policy debates.
Accused scammer Burkov to plead guilty to 'some' charges after extradition dispute
Israeli officials extradited Burkov to the U.S. in November over protestations fron the Russian government.
WeLeakInfo, a search engine for breached personal data, shut down
For three years, the site offered more convenience for scouring personal data than brokers on the dark web.
Russian hacker who allegedly exploited accounting software to steal $1.5 million to plead guilty
Anton Bogdanov faced up to 27 years in prison before the plea.