A Philadelphia man entered an open guilty plea to a scam that lowered the monthly bills of 5,790 Comcast customers who each paid between $75-$100.
Nearly 6,500 patients of New York-based Sims and Associates Podiatry may have had personal information compromised after three laptops were stolen.
A new website created to aid consumers in quickly reporting cyber crime is now available.
An investigation dating back to January has finally confirmed that malware on point-of-sale systems may have compromised payment card data for millions of Michaels Stores and Aaron Brothers customers.
Unknown attackers used the finance director's email account to request wire transfers from the school district's accounting department.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrested a 19-year-old man in Ontario who they believe exploited the Heartbleed bug to steal information from a federal agency.
The possibly foreign malware affected all computer systems and left little for investigators to work from because it was designed to self-destruct.
Two members of different Android app piracy groups pleaded guilty this week to conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement.
LaCie confirmed an unauthorized party used malware to access its online payment system for almost a year and could have stolen customer information.
An attacker stole information on 500,000 individuals that submitted inquiries on the Harley Medical Group website, and then attempted to extort the UK-based cosmetic surgery group for money.
Fidel Salinas allegedly attempted to access the Hidalgo County server multiple times between November 2011 and January 2012.
According to a sealed indictment published online, three men face more than a dozen charges for hacking into computer systems and stealing data from the U.S. Army, Microsoft and more.
A federal appeals court determined that New Jersey was the wrong venue to convict and sentence AT&T hacker Andrew "weev" Auernheimer.
The personal information was used to create fake cards and create charges worth at least $115,000.
Nine individuals are charged in an operation dating back to 2009, which involved infecting computers with the Zeus trojan and using the malware to steal millions.
The device was found attached to a MetroCard machine at the Columbus Circle 1 train station.
A Georgia man has plead guilty to racketeering charges related to a credit card trafficking ruse that resulted in more than $50 million being lost globally.
Efforts are now reportedly underway in Iowa and North Carolina as part of a multistate probe.
The group being implicated has stolen over 160 million card numbers over the years by hacking organizations, including Heartland Payment Systems, Visa and 7-Eleven.
An additional 170,200 Los Angeles County Department of Health Services clients were identified as having been impacted in the February theft of computers from Sutherland Healthcare Solutions.
The breach struck Experian subsidiary, Court Ventures, and compromised the personal and financial data of more than 200 million Americans.
Ellie Mae had its services shut down yesterday after a suspected distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
The men, who are New York and Massachusetts residents, led "cash out" operations for an international scheme.
Ross Ulbricht's attorney argued that Bitcoin isn't money in its legal definition.
The hacktivist collective Anonymous organized a DDoS attack that made good on its promise to shut down the Albuquerque Police Department's website.
An encrypted laptop and two unencrypted flash drives containing personal information on 5,000 patients were stolen from a Palomar Health employee.
Using stolen debit card information, the defendants created phony replicas of cards to make fraudulent transactions at various Chicago ATMs.
In a paper released on Wednesday, Swiss researchers suggest the transaction malleability Bitcoin flaw did not ruin Mt. Gox, despite what the Tokyo-based company announced.
Two Florida men face jail time after pleading guilty to criminal charges related to illegally distributing copyrighted Android mobile device apps.
Criminals are using SMS messages to get cash out of ATMs, according to Symantec.