• Bitcoin Funds Stolen from Bithumb Exchange

    Bitcoin Funds Stolen from Bithumb Exchange

    darkreading.com 06 Jul '17, 2am

    As cyber attackers become more sophisticated and enterprise defenses become more complex, many enterprises are faced with a complicated question: what is the risk of an IT security breach? This report delivers insight on how today's enterprises evaluate the risks they face. This repor...

  • JPMorgan Breach: New Witness Delays Trial Of Bitcoin Exchange Suspects - Dark Reading

    darkreading.com 14 Feb '17, 2pm

    Gross, who is a pastor, in addition to Yuri Lebedev and seven others, has been charged in connection with the 2014 JPMorgan data breach of over 83 million accounts. Gross and Lebedev are not being accused of hacking, but of being associated with Coin.mx, the illegal exchange used to c...

  • JPMorgan Hack: One More Pleads Guilty For Operating Bitcoin Exchange

    darkreading.com 20 Jan '17, 2pm

    Ricardo Hill of Florida has pleaded guilty to being involved in an illegal bitcoin exchange to support a massive hacking scheme disclosed in 2014 that compromised over 83 million JPMorgan account, Reuters reports. Hill, who is one of nine people to be charged in the case, faces allega...

  • Florida Man To Plead Guilty in JPMorgan, Bitcoin Hack Case

    Florida Man To Plead Guilty in JPMorgan, Bitcoin Hack Case

    darkreading.com 27 Oct '16, 2pm

    The Florida lawyer is charged along with his son Anthony Murgio and Yuri Lebedev, who operated Coin.mix, owned by Israeli Gery Shalon. According to the news agency, Shalon, Ziv Orenstein and Joshua Samuel Aaron ran a massive hacking operation which attacked the networks of companies l...

  • JPMorgan Hack: Bitcoin Operator Pleads Guilty - Dark Reading

    darkreading.com 20 Jan '17, 3am

    Another suspect in the JPMorgan hack case, who was arrested on the charge of running an illegal bitcoin exchange operation, has pleaded guilty one month ahead of trial. Reuters reports that Anthony Murgio of Florida entered his plea in federal court to charges including conspiracy to ...

  • Singapore To Cut Internet Access For Government Computers

    darkreading.com 10 Jun '16, 12pm

    Singapore will cut Internet off from government computers starting May next year to safeguard official data from cybercriminals, says Reuters, quoting the country’s media. However, there will be a few dedicated computers with Internet access and employees will be allowed to surf the w...

  • Singapore To Cut Internet Access For Government Computers

    darkreading.com 10 Jun '16, 1pm

    Singapore will cut Internet off from government computers starting May next year to safeguard official data from cybercriminals, says Reuters, quoting the country’s media. However, there will be a few dedicated computers with Internet access and employees will be allowed to surf the w...

  • Cyber Extortion, DDoS-For-Bitcoin Campaigns Rise

    darkreading.com 07 Dec '15, 10pm

    Although cyber-extortion is increasing, the success of each attack campaign depends upon combining the right technological capabilities with the right price point. Last week, not only did the Greek banks not pay Armada Collective the $7.85 million request, but three banks in the Unite...

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