Latest News on Cyber Theft
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May 17, 2019
Police dismantles 'GozNym', a cybercrime network that stole $100 million: ReportThe GozNym network used emails to infect the computers of more than 41,000 victims with malware.
May 06, 2019
Donald Trump turns up pressure on China; threatens to hike tariffs on $200 bn Chinese goodsDonald Trump has portrayed his tariffs as a moneymaker for the United States and a benefit to the US economy
Mar 28, 2019
China makes unprecedented proposals on tech transfer with the US to end prolonged trade warChina makes unrivalled proposals on a range of issues — forced technology transfer, cyber theft.
Apr 11, 2017
Recent cyber attack on Union Bank in India was similar to the hack attack in Bangladesh cyber heistThe attempt closely resembled the cyber theft last year of more than $81 million from the Bangladesh central bank's account at the New York Federal Reserve.
Nov 09, 2016
Hackers steal $3 million from Tesco bank; full service resumes after suspensionRetailer Tesco Plc's banking arm said on Tuesday that 2.5 million pounds ($3 million) had been stolen from 9,000 customers over the weekend in what cyber experts said was the first mass hacking of accounts at a western bank.
Aug 30, 2016
Security threat increases for bitcoin after the recent bitcoin exchange hackWhen hackers penetrated a secure authentication system at a bitcoin exchange called Bitfinex earlier this month, they stole about $70 million worth of the virtual currency.
Jun 09, 2015
Sponsored: Why online financial frauds are no longer a one in a hundred caseArray
May 20, 2015
Sponsored: 8bn USD and more: Here is what India has lost to cyber crimesArray
Feb 04, 2015
China has stolen 'a lot' of intellectual property from US: Director, Defense Intelligence AgencyThe U.S. defense intelligence chief warned Tuesday that America's technological edge over China is at risk because of cybertheft.
Feb 27, 2014
Hackers target Brazil's World Cup for cyber attacksBrazilian hackers are threatening to disrupt the World Cup with attacks ranging from jamming websites to data theft, adding cyber warfare to the list of challenges for a competition already marred by protests, delays and overspending.