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Facebook 'Spam King' Sentenced to More Than 2 Years in Prison
Sanford Wallace compromised 500,000 Facebook accounts and sent more than 27 million spam messages.
Startup Looks to Connect Breached Data With Those Facing Likely Fraud
The idea behind what is being dubbed the Compromised Identity Exchange is to charge those most likely to be hit with follow-on fraud for access to information that reduces their risk.
Global Financial Network SWIFT Warns Customers of Multiple Cyber Fraud Cases
This is the first acknowledgement that the Bangladesh Bank attack was not an isolated incident.
American Company Lost $100 Million in Largest Email Scam Ever, Government Says
According to the lawsuit, the perpetrators carried out the scam by creating a fake email address that resembled that of one of the company's vendors in Asia.
Cyber Fraudsters Reap $2.3 Billion Through Email Wire-Transfer Scams
The cases involved some 17,642 businesses of all sizes scattered across at least 79 countries, according to the FBI.
5 Challenges Nobody Warns You About When Starting a Business
Unforeseen expenses, fraud and loneliness are a few problems you'll inevitably have to deal with.
5 Lesser-Known Challenges of Running an Ecommerce Store
Problems in shipping, inventory management and taxes can sneak up on you.
Google Leads $75 Million Investment in Phone Fraud Startup
Pindrop, founded in 2011, is a voice security company that combats fraud by analyzing and assigning risk to phone calls.
'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli Arrested on Securities Fraud Charges
The CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals became infamous earlier this year when he drastically raised the price of a drug taken by AIDS patients.
5 Ways to Have Yourself a Secure Little Online Shopping Season
As criminals continue to evolve their tactics to steal personal and private information, it's becoming more difficult to identify holiday fraud.