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Henry tapped to run FBI's Washington Field Office
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Henry tapped to run FBI’s Washington Field Office

Shawn Henry, one of the most recognizable names in cybercrime enforcement, has been promoted to head of the FBI's Washington Field Office, considered one of the agency's most coveted posts, the FBI said Monday. A 20-year veteran, Henry, 47, most recently served as assistant director of the Cyber Division at the FBI where he was tasked with overseeing all FBI computer investigations worldwide. — DK
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FBI agent accused

An FBI agent has been charged with exceeding his authorization in obtaining information that was used to tip off an informant, authorities said Wednesday. William Shirk, 37, had investigated a corruption case, but was removed in February 2006. He is accused of subsequently accessing a database, learning that other agents discovered the informant's involvement in narcotics trafficking and money laundering. Shirk allegedly told the informant he had "taken care" of the investigation. He faces up to five years in prison. — DK
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Official: FBI investigating 400 bank account takeovers

Despite fresh guidance and quicker fraud detection, the FBI actively is investigating more than 400 cases of corporate bank account takeovers, an official told federal lawmakers last week. Gordon Snow, the FBI's assistant director of the cyber division, told a House Financial Services subcommittee that these cases, in which criminals initiate unauthorized Automated Clearing House and wire transfers from seized accounts belonging to mostly small and midsize businesses, have resulted in the attempted theft of more than $225 million and actual losses of around $85 million. In his remarks, Snow also discussed risks related to ATM skimming, mobile banking and supply chain compromise.
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FBI warns of three spam hoaxes

The FBI is warning citizens to be on the lookout for three separate email scams — including one that attempts to infect users with malware and two others that seek personal and financial information.
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