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DOJ looks to improve handling of cyberthreats with new task force
The new task force is expected to deliver a report by the end of June about how DOJ is currently dealing with cyberthreats and how it can improve.
Two Russians sentenced to prison for role in hacks against U.S. companies
Just three of the corporate victims lost more than $300 million, according to prosecutors.
DOJ indicts leaders of cybercrime ring that allegedly stole $530 million
In terms of scale of money stolen and international reach, the DOJ said Infraud is among the biggest in the world.
Why working with government investigators can be a huge deterrent to cybercrime
Leonard Bailey, DOJ's senior counsel for the National Security, Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, talks with Greg Otto on how the government can help deter cybercrime.
Day trader indicted for hacking into brokerages and placing unauthorized trades
Federal prosecutors say the scheme earned over $700,000 in profit and resulted in over $2 million lost by brokerage firms.
DOJ examines controversial new 'hack back' bill
The years-long "hack back" discussion is finally being debated in Congress. A DOJ official weighed in during CyberTalks.