The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) experienced a distributed denial-of-service attack last week that shut down its site and prevented customers from accessing their bank accounts.
"Paunch," the believed author of the BlackHole exploit kit, is currently being prosecuted, Russian authorities say.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that its Digital Crimes Unit - in conjunction with the FBI, Europol's EC3 and technology companies such as A10 Networks - has disrupted a botnet that targets search engines and browsers.
A UK man pleaded guilty to hacking RuneScape accounts, stealing virtual items and then selling the video game goods for real money.
Sheep Marketplace, an illicit drug bazaar available over the Tor network, shut down last weekend after millions in bitcoins were plundered from the website.
Facebook has taken legal action against one of its users who inundated the social network with dubious celebrity porn links that lead to marketing sites.
The number of defendants charged for their alleged connection to the international racket continues to grow.
Swedish Pirate Bay co-founder, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, is set to be extradited to Denmark next week in light of new hacking allegations.
According to a letter detailing the event written to the Attorney General, the operation that targeted one of the retailer's Florida stores lasted from August 14 to October 5.
Thousands of city workers in Milwaukee, as well as their spouses and domestic partners, had personal information compromised after a flash drive that contained the data was stolen.
After spending the last year and a half in solitary confinement, Jeremy Hammond received the sentencing in a New York federal court on Friday.
A 19-year-old man pleaded guilty on Tuesday of conducting an extortion campaign which involved hacking into young girls' webcams.
A 42-year-old NYPD detective pleaded guilty on Friday to one count of computer hacking and one count of conspiring to commit computer hacking.
Karen Lancaster McCutchin, the mother of Anonymous activist Barrett Brown, received the sentence for hiding laptops from the FBI.
Inputs.io was left unable to pay an undisclosed number of user balances after the free Bitcoin eWallet service was hacked on Thursday and relieved of 4,100 Bitcoin. That translates to about $1.1 million.
Washington State University is notifying hundreds that their personal information may have been compromised after two possibly unencrypted external hard drives were stolen from an on-campus office.
Silk Road 2.0 has launched on the Tor network about one month after the FBI took down the original illicit online marketplace and indicted its alleged operator, 29-year-old Ross Ulbricht.
More than 11,000 patients and some employees of Colorado-based kidney care company DaVita are being alerted after an unencrypted laptop containing their personal data was stolen from a staffer's vehicle.
The FBI has made room on its Cyber Most Wanted list for five criminals that are alleged to have roles in global hacking and fraud crimes.
More than 7,100 patients who received care at University Hospitals of Cleveland are being notified that an unencrypted hard drive containing their data has been stolen.
Four Romanian nationals have been arrested and charged with targeting ticket vending machines of MTA Long Island Rail Road in a classic skimming operation.
Two former Orange County Health Department employees and an accomplice have been arrested in Florida and charged with using information from thousands of electronic patient records to commit tax fraud.
Four men were arrested by Dutch cyber crime police and charged with stealing an estimated $1.4 million by using the banking malware known as TorRat.
Two former nurses' aides for Virginia-based nonprofit Sentara Healthcare have pleaded guilty to accessing thousands of electronic patient records and using the information to file fraudulent tax returns.
The Spanish-language ATM malware, which allowed attackers in Mexico to force ATMs to spit out cash, now has an updated English-language version.
Lauri Love, a 28-year-old UK man, was arrested at his home Friday by British police cooperating with U.S. law enforcement.
A 12-year-old Canadian boy has pleaded guilty to hacking government websites and causing damages of about $60k in an incident that dates back to spring 2012.
A Connecticut man, arrested by the FBI and charged with fraudulently obtaining hundreds of Cisco computer networking parts, is now facing up to 20 years in prison for mail fraud.
A group of hackers, known as TeamBerserk, took credit on Twitter for using a SQL injection attack to steal $100,000 from online accounts.
The theft of two laptops has led to a compromise of personal information, including Social Security numbers, for more than 700k patients of California-based AHMC hospitals.