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Pharma Exec Shkreli Accused of Hedge Fund Fraud
Martin Shkreli raided his pharmaceutical companies to cover up his hedge fund trading losses, said federal prosecutors.
Feds Restrict Use of Cellphone Trackers
The U.S. Department of Justice's new policy restricts federal agents in their use of a surveillance tool that mimics cellphone towers.
Hackers Accused in $100M Insider Trading Scheme
Hackers accessed the earnings announcements of more than 100 companies and traded on the information.
Hackers Target Finance Department of Networking Firm
Hackers duped the company, Ubiquiti Networks, into transferring money to accounts overseas.
Dozens Arrested in Crackdown on Hacking Forum
FBI says Darkode was a "hornets’ nest” of cybercriminals that operated as a marketplace to buy and trade hacking tools.
Fed Breaches Hacked Info of Millions
More than 20 million people were affected by the data security breach at the Office of Personnel Management.
FBI Says U.S. Banks Weren’t Hacked
"The FBI and USSS (U.S. Secret Service) have received no reports that Carbanak malware has affected the U.S. financial sector," said U.S. authorities.
Employee Stole Data of 350,000 Clients: Morgan Stanley
Partial account information for up to 10% of the bank's wealth-management clients was stolen and some of the data was posted online.
Sony Says Private Data Stolen in ‘Brazen’ Cyber Attack
Sony Pictures Entertainment shut down its internal computer network last week to prevent the virus from causing further damage.
Vengeful Employees an Increasing Threat to Network Security
The Department of Homeland Security warns there has been a rise in "computer network exploitation and disruption by disgruntled or former employees."