Aleksandr Kogan, Cambridge Analytica and Facebook face a dizzying array of legal problems. In an attempt to clear its good name, Facebook is creating the political conditions for its downfall.
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Some questions raised by Russian implants in U.S. networks, and U.S. implants in foreign networks.
A recent death in Kansas has drawn attention to the practice of "swatting," in which pranksters place fake emergency calls to bring law enforcement to an unsuspecting victim's house.
Reining in this digital currency could reduce criminal activity and undermine other exchanges.
While the Shadow Brokers and Vault 7 leaks left trails of evidence behind them, there have been no arrests in the last eight months.
Documents concerning a former NSA Tailored Access Operations (TAO) developer, Nghia Hoang Pho, who pleaded guilty on Friday to willful retention of national defense information.
An unsealed indictment of three Chinese nationals charged with hacking the systems of U.S. companies for economic advantage calls into question the robustness of commercial espionage norms.
An information technology provider holds a company hostage, a serial sextortionist is unmasked and an Army Reserve subcontractor is convicted
Another cybercriminal is sentenced in the WorldPay hack.
Two cybercrime cases this summer highlight a stark contrast in rehabilitation and recidivism.