Covid-19 is driving a dramatic increase in cases of account takeover fraud as customers are forced to use digital channels
Covid-19 has been a goldmine for criminals, we need to get better at defending ourselves
New charges against Huawei and four of its subsidiaries come as US authorities consider ratcheting up export controls on the Chinese networking hardware giant
Incidents where malicious insiders scam incautious victims are on the rise
78-year-old Ebbers made WorldCom one of the world's largest telecoms company - committing one of the world's largest accounting frauds in the process
Indonesian anti-skimming operation was carried out in coordination with Interpol
Rimasauskas shook down Google and Facebook with fake emails purporting to be from a major Taiwan-based supplier
Massive ticket fraud scheme targeting Groupon and Ticketmaster uncovered with discovery of unsecured database
Unsecured database containing 17 million email addresses was found to be part of fraud targeting Groupon, Ticketmaster and other online ticket vendors
Hussain given fives years in jail, fined $4m and subject to $6.1m 'forfeiture payment'
While revenues increased, Autonomy suggested that lower than expected profit margins were due to investment in new products, HPE claims in court
HPE seeks $5.1bn from Lynch over the company's failed acquisition of Autonomy
Attackers took advantage of 'replace by fee' feature that makes 'stuck' transaction become 'unstuck'
Musk's tweets intended to impress girlfriend Grimes, SEC claims
Representative Duncan Hunter and his wife slapped with fraud and campaign finance charges
Imminent attacks believed linked to compromise at major card issuer
Hussain's bail conditions ban him from leaving the US, while he awaits sentencing
HSBC is working with data start-up Quantexa to tackle money laundering
Ocado develops AI solution to fight retail-sector fraud that has already increased detection rates "by a factor of 15"
Identity theft victims left with large tax bills for e-books they never sold
High-end retailers have warned that they are losing significant revenue to fraud, with card companies, payment acquirers and the government all seemingly unwilling to help
Thirty-seven hour week and a Civil Service pension may also entice candidates from the private sector
Is CEO Oozi Cats really fugitive Uzi Kats?
Fraud is the most commonly reported crime in England and Wales, but the response to it is inadequate
Electoral Commission admits software glitch led to referendum voting cards being sent to EU citizens in the UK
EU citizens arriving at polling stations with erroneously sent cards will be sent away, claims Electoral Commission