Ukrainian gets US prison term in decade-old cybercrime, money-laundering case
From 2009-12, Aleksandr Musienko "partnered with Eastern European computer hackers to obtain over $3 million from U.S. victims’ bank accounts and launder the stolen funds," prosecutors said.
TrickBot developers have spun up a new backdoor for high-value targets
Banking trojan operators are upping their game, researchers say.
Scammers just posted 1.3 million payment card numbers on Joker's Stash, a market for ID theft
It's the latest evidence Indian cardholders' data is being marketed for identity theft.
Why did Cyber Command back off its recent plans to call out North Korean hacking?
U.S. Cyber Command was set to post another Lazarus Group-linked malware sample to VirusTotal in September, but ultimately decided against it. Why?
What Capital One's cybersecurity team did (and did not) get right
It's not great that a lone engineer was able to pull data from 106 million people. But this was far from Equifax 2.0.
Capital One is a cautionary tale for companies rushing to embrace new tech
As developers take on more responsibility to make money, sometimes security is lost in the mix.