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An indictment unsealed on Thursday by federal prosecutors in New Jersey provides additional information about how the defendants gained entry into the organizations, and how much they stole.
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.
Four Russians and a Ukrainian are charged for their role in the operation, which included help from Heartland and TJX hacker mastermind Albert Gonzalez, who began serving a 20-year prison sentence in 2010.
Lawsuits following data breaches are certainty. So what are plaintiffs using to win cases or force settlements, and how can corporations respond to this new liability?
Dmitriy Smilianets, a 29-year-old Moscow native, will fight charges that he was involved in a massive card stealing cyber campaign since 2005.