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FBI Business Email Compromise Advisory for Dallas / Fort Worth Businesses

From: FBI – Dallas Division

Date: June 24, 2015

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The Dallas Division of the FBI has drafted a Private Sector Advisory regarding the identification of six individuals possibly working as a group, targeting U.S. 81 more words

Data Breach

VICIOUS ROYAL MAIL E-MAIL SCAM - BEWARE

URGENT ALERTS ARE BEING SENT OUT OVER A VICIOUS ROYAL MAIL E-MAIL SCAM

There is a nasty new scam doing the rounds which starts off with you receiving an e-mail supposedly from Royal Mail, saying that they have a letter or parcel for you. 176 more words

Crime Alerts

An Adventure in Fraud Land

Slight update: After going to the bank and taking care of that end, now their spam emails are referring to the site as tech fix now. 835 more words

Computer Fraud

Feds: Chicago Woman Targeted By State Department Employee In Cyberstalking Case

CHICAGO (CBS) — An Illinois woman was allegedly targeted by a U.S. State Department employee accused of cyber-stalking young women.

Federal prosecutors in Georgia said Michael C. 100 more words

News

Why Hackers Love Companies Who Use Social Media - The Point

I read an interesting article that discusses the intersection between social media and cybersecurity. The gist is that the bad guys use information they learn on social media ( 29 more words

Digital Information Law

Grade-hacking case brings 16 more felony charges for private tutor suspect

The former private tutor at the centre of a high school grade-fixing scandal in California has been charged with a further 16 felony counts, on top of five he was already facing, and could be looking at 16 years in jail. 392 more words

Featured

A Cautionary Tale: Make Sure Your Investigator Follows The Law

In a white-collar case, the prosecutors have the FBI on their side. A private lawyer can’t call on armed agents to investigate a case. Hiring a good private investigator, then, can make all the difference. 709 more words

Ethics