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Today’s #GoodGuysPrevail Update…

Posted by Johnny Lee on November 5, 2020

Late last week, the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Secret Service secured the eigToday’s #GoodGuysPrevail Updateht-year conviction for a Russian national involved in a decade-long scheme to compromise computer devices, to broker in stolen #PII and banking credentials, and to defraud individuals at scale.

With calculated losses in excess of $100M USD, this conviction marks another example of the lengths that U.S. federal law enforcement will go to bring to justice criminal actors who victimize American citizens.

#fraud #privacy #fraudinvestigations #dataprivacy #digitalforensics #forensics #investigations #crimeandjustice #darkweb #ruleoflaw #cyberespionage #lawenforcement #consumerprotection #innovation #security #crime #cybersecurity #justice

Posted in Computer Forensics, CyberSecurity, Data Breach, Data Governance, eDiscovery, Fraud, Information Security, Investigations, Privacy | Comments Off on Today’s #GoodGuysPrevail Update…

 
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