The top news stories for Sept. 12, 2014.
The top news stories for Sept. 3, 2014.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a consumer advisory highlighting known scams and shortcomings of cryptocurrencies. The agency also announced it would begin accepting complaints pertaining to specific virtual currencies or companies that deal in them.
The top news stories for August 11, 2014.
Hackers were following the World Cup final match instead of wreaking havoc on the Internet, according to data collected by security firm Imperva.
Cybercrime is costing organizations worldwide a whopping $400 billion in annual losses, though must cybercrime may actually go unreported.
The top news stories for June 9, 2014.
Security firm AVAST and music streaming service Spotify both admitted to data breaches this week, reports Ars Technica.
Last week David Camez gained the dubious distinction of having the longest U.S. prison sentence ever for electronic crime--tied only with one other, perhaps better-known individual, Albert Gonzalez. FierceITSecurity has gathered stats and crime details on Camez, Gonzalez and 11 other owners of the longest sentences on record for illegal digital acitivities.
Some hackers who bought the remote access tool (RAT) known as Blackshades got something extra over the weekend with their purchase: a visit from the police.